June 1, 2018 | Updated: December 11, 2019


PORCELANOSA Group Projects: The new Muscovite constructivism in wood and stone

The kitchen worktop and the bathrooms have been custom-made with the KRION® Solid Surface mineral compact

All the pieces included in its interior have been chosen by the interior designer, Victoria Fandyushina, together with Zodiac Interior & Ceramics, a distributor from the PORCELANOSA Group

Located in Nagatinskaya street, in the nerve centre in Moscow, one can find this housing in one of the most exclusive areas in the city. On the shores of the Moscova river and just a few metres away from museums, art galleries, theatres, and gardens, the main spaces in this building are provided with materials from the PORCELANOSA Group.

All the pieces included in its interior have been carefully chosen, with attention to detail by the interior designer, Victoria Fandyushina, together with  Zodiac Interiors & Ceramics, a distributor from the PORCELANOSA Group.

The sustainable originality of the KRION® Solid Surface

The house presents a backlit worktop in the kitchen which separates that space from the living room. It has been exclusively manufactured with the KRION® Solid Surface mineral compact by Systempool. This piece is easy to handle, and it offers the user a huge number of possibilities. Its resistance, malleability, zero-porosity and the antibacterial and hypoallergenic effect, make it become the perfect partner for a gastronomic space, like the aforementioned one.

A material which can be found in the bathroom. It is there where Fandyushina has created the different custom-made elements which make up the whole structure. The same also happens with the basins and vanity tops, which are integrated into a single piece without a space change.

Also, in this room the professionals overseeing the project have used wall tiles in stone-effect white and cream tones. Hence, there is a place for the STON-KER collection and the marble-effect ceramic tiles by Porcelanosa.

The natural stone balance

The natural stone texture offered by the Airslate collection by L’Antic Colonial, covers the front wall of the living room and it provides a balanced contrast when combined with wood. The material leading the way in the coverings of the cupboards and kitchen drawers, which have been profiled with Butech Pro-Part.

Air slate is presented as one of the most versatile slates for any type of application. Its extra slimness between 0.2cm and 0.4cm makes its curvature possible, therefore, it can be adapted to any surface with a radius of up to 35cm.

Modernity with a classical touch

The modern style shown by this housing, is combined with certain classical touches, typical of wood and natural stone. The light, natural and artificial alike, provide each of the rooms with spaciousness. We are dealing with housings that strengthen spirit and taste.

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