December 27, 2023 | Updated: January 2, 2024


PORCELANOSA Best Projects 2023

With just a few days left in the year, Porcelanosa wants to recognise the work of architects, designers and interior designers through their most outstanding works.

The end of the year is the one of the best times for reflection. At this time of year, we usually analyse the most outstanding achievements that have set the standard in a specific field. Therefore, at Porcelanosa we want to focus on projects that have achieved excellence in 2023. Constructions that feature an exceptional integration of the materials of each of the firms belonging to PORCELANOSA Grupo.

These hotels, residential complexes and shopping spaces are a testament to the work of architects, designers and interior designers. A combination of originality, functionality and dedication that highlights the work and effort of these great professionals.

We are celebrating the fusion of human creativity and cutting-edge materials. An impulse that defines the innovative spirit of PORCELANOSA Group.

(1)Canfranc Estación Royal Hideaway Hotel.(2) Kakoli Manor Residential Complex.(3) Boutique Hotel Lower Highlands.(4) Prefabricated Niu Houses.

Canfranc Estación Royal Hideaway Hotel

Inaugurated in 1928, Canfranc is one of the most important railway complexes of the first third of the 20th century in Europe. Located in the heart of the Aragonese Pyrenees, the resort was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 2002. With more than 90 years of history, the building has been recovered by Barceló Hotel Group, highlighting its sustainable character and preserving its emblematic spirit. An impressive rehabilitation exercise that has resulted in a 5-star establishment.

Kakoli Manor

F2A+PARTNERS are responsible for this home located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. A project that merges concrete and nature, and which was awarded the 2023 PIPA Awards in the “single-family residential” category. The building, which integrates and coexists perfectly with its surroundings, shows an urban and elegant design. Bathrooms that invite relaxation and open spaces with minimalist lines combine with exposed concrete, the true protagonist.

Lower Highlands Hotel

Lower Highlands is a boutique hotel located in Denver (USA), with industrial and Victorian touches. The project, whose interior design has been carried out by the Life House Group, fuses the refinement of the Old West aesthetic of America with the most contemporary decoration. The seventeen rooms and the common areas of this accommodation have been fitted with L’Antic Colonial laminate flooring. A material capable of generating a warm and welcoming atmosphere, which accompanies the red textiles and leather upholstery.

Niu Houses by Fran Silvestre

The Valencian architect Fran Silvestre has defined eight models of single-family homes with light as the common thread. A new concept of industrialised construction in which the solid surface Krion ® K · Life 1100 plays a key role. These complexes, designed for minimum energy consumption, combine efficiency, quality and sustainability.

(1) Santa Úrsula Residential Complex.(2)Showroom Porcelanosa in Guangzhou.(3) The Crown luxury residential complex.(4) Villa Cronos Residential Complex.(5) Xunkari Residential Complex.

Santa Úrsula

This detached villa, situated on a cliff on the island of Tenerife, blends in perfectly with its surroundings. Distributed on different levels, Santa Ursula has green roofs, wooden decks and floating stones that make it a unique viewpoint overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The project, carried out by the Ideass studio, features Porcelanosa Group materials both indoors and outdoors. A luminous and minimalist aesthetic that is open to the sea.


The new Porcelanosa showroom in Guangzhou is a fusion of elegance and technology. The project, with a modern and minimalist style, was carried out by ZHJS Design, in collaboration with the local developer Wode. A route marked by right angles and careful lighting, in which intelligent interactive displays have been used. With the marble effect as the protagonist, the space offers a unique sensory experience in contact with various products and materials.

The Crown

Studio ON-A and developer Kingland Property Corporation are responsible for this 108-metre high skyscraper. A luxury residential building that stands out for its exterior envelope developed by Butech and made with Krion® K-Life 1100. The striking external composition is made up of 250 knot modules, straight lines, diagonals and corners, shaped by different moulds. A surprising proposal that will make The Crown an icon in Taipei’s (Taiwan) skyline.

Villa Cronos

Cronos is a luxury villa located in the province of Málaga, with a clean minimalist design and modern forms. Distributed on three floors, where materials from the different Porcelanosa Group companies have been used, Villa Cronos combines the purity of white with the warmth and simplicity of wood and stone. The residential complex features efficient and sustainable solutions such as photovoltaic energy production systems, batteries and aerothermal energy. A contemporary project that invites you to disconnect.


Located in the heart of the Selva Maya, this eco-friendly resort has been built under the principles of sustainability and comfort. An exclusive residential complex made up of 36 sustainable homes with 75% green spaces. Xunkari is integrated into the landscape through the use of local and sustainable materials such as wood and stone. Elements which, together with Porcelanosa’s ceramic tiles, allow us to take a step back from urban chaos and invite us to relax.

You can see all these projects on the Porcelanosa Projects website.

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