May 29, 2020 | Updated: March 8, 2022


PORCELANOSA Group Projects: A luxury penthouse apartment with views of the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia

The residential complex designed by Thales de Mileto studio uses tiling and bathroom collections from PORCELANOSA  Group to blend industrial and rustic interior design.

Located in one of Valencia’s most idyllic enclaves, this luxurious penthouse with views of the City of Arts and Sciences has been designed using PORCELANOSA Group collections. The project is the brainchild of Abbras SL architecture studio, with interior design by Thales de Mileto, and reflects the evolution the metropolis has undergone in recent years, with an open and dynamic design oscillating between the industrial and neoclassical.

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A property that lets the outside in

The property benefits from large picture windows, allowing the Mediterranean light to stream in and encouraging a dialogue between the domestic and urban environments, through open-plan rooms with seamless flow. This can also be seen on the terrace, paved in the Ascot Arce collection by Par-ker®, ceramic parquet flooring from Porcelanosa. Taking inspiration from oak, the collection reproduces the texture and grain of natural wood, enhancing the warmth of the most intimate spaces.

The authenticity of the collection is further enhanced by Tanzania Almond ceramic wood by PORCELANOSA Group, which connects the living room with the terrace, continuing the rustic feel that shapes the main rooms. And again in the kitchen, framed by Gamadecor‘s Residence R1.70 model, with a Eucalyptus Candy finish to refine the room’s overall look.

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Modern bathrooms in white

The bathrooms blend minimalist interior design with Grecian style furnishings and washbasins. The main bathroom demonstrates this perfectly, with Bottega Chaliza floor and wall tiling throughout, Round taps by Noken, and the Nk Concept toilet. The predominant grey tone is complemented by Karon (L’Antic Colonial) natural stone furnishings, a monolithic block that marks a return to the Greco-Roman aesthetic. Butech’s waterproofing system and the textura linear grate have been used to integrate the shower cabin with the main flooring.

The guest bathroom includes Newport Beige by Venis as floor and wall tiling in this zone. Its texture chimes with the toilet and Urban taps by Noken, and Gamadecor’s Next furnishings, with simple, refined shapes and plants turning the spaces into an artistic retreat.

Architect: Abobras SL.

Interior Design: Thales de Mileto.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

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