November 30, 2021


Es Pletieus residential complex: premium homes in Val d'Aran where you can reconnect with nature

This property development by La Pleta de Blasi and PORCELANOSA Partners offers incredible panoramic views of the Pyrenees, with a natural design featuring standout ceramic wood and tiles from the multinational.

Surrounded by lush vegetation and the nearby lakes in the heart of Val d'Aran, the exclusive Es Pletieus (Es-cunhau, Lérida) complex is the perfect mountain retreat for forgetting about it all and reconnecting with nature.

Comprising 4-bedroom homes, spacious terraces, large living areas and a 7-bedroom duplex, the La Pleta de Blasi development is part of the PORCELANOSA Partners programme and features 100% PORCELANOSA collections.

Design connected to nature

The considered, natural interior design scheme features highlights including Manhattan Maple and Delaware Natural flooring (PAR-KER® ceramic wood by PORCELANOSA) in the living rooms, bathrooms and main bedrooms; practical Nordic-inspired hardwood furnishings; and infinite kitchens by Gamadecor with Krion® Lux 1100 K-Life mineral compact countertops in the Ferreo Mate finish. In the bright bathrooms, minimalist textured ceramic wall tiles by PORCELANOSA such as Capri Bone are coupled with Butech's decorative profiles, rectangular Krion® Solid Kole washbasins, Arquitect wall-mounted toilets by Noken and infinite showers with the Butech Shower Deck tray system and Neptune Slim taps by Noken. "Every home has been designed for family and friends to enjoy skiing and mountain life, all year round. Particular attention has been paid to the kitchens, the hubs of the homes, with integrated dining areas leading to the living room. It's the place where you can relax after a hard day at work", says the La Pleta de Blasi developer.

The homes come with smart systems to improve residents' quality of life whilst protecting the environment, as well as high-efficiency insulation to optimise energy use. The same is true of the underfloor heating system, as well as the building's overall geothermal energy supply which generates and distributes each property's hot water in an equitable, sustainable manner.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

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