The seminar titled “New Generation of Solid Surface”, developed by Krion®, has been approved by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) to be included in its Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme.
The RIBA CPD certification confirms the suitability of the content of the seminars, guaranteeing that architecture and construction professionals that participate in them are kept up to date on developments in the sector, thus extending and improving basic competencies.
As well as explaining the special qualities and characteristics which make Krion® a suitable material for projects with special requirements, the “New Generation of Solid Surface” seminar outlines the advantages of PORCELANOSA Group’s solid surface compared with other materials, as well as the multiple applications of this versatile compact mineral.
This recognition of PORCELANOSA Group confirms the contribution of Krion® to the continued training of architecture professionals with a seminar in which several professionals from around the world have participated.
This is excellent news, as the RIBA is one of the main professional organisations of the United Kingdom, to which over 44,000 architects belong. It is one of the most respected international institutions, known to give prestigious prizes such as the RIBA Gold Medal, recognising professional achievement, or the Stirling prize, for the best building of the year constructed in the United Kingdom or designed by a British architect.