May 26, 2023 | Updated: June 29, 2023

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Porcelanosa Mexico holds its 4th International Innovations Exhibition

Porcelanosa Mexico gathered the country's interior designers and architects to showcase the group's main innovations

Porcelanosa Mexico held its 4th International Innovations Exhibition in Mexico City, with more than 1,500 attending the event at the impressive showroom, located in the city's Valle Dorado complex. Boasting more than 1,200 m2 of exhibition space, the event was attended by leading experts from the sector, including architects, designers, interior designers and other professionals, all eager to discover new collections and trends from the group's various brands.

Mexico's most highly regarded architecture and interior design studios came together at the prominent exhibition for three consecutive days from 23 to 25 May. At the event, visitors had a chance to take a guided tour of the 23 spaces; all meticulously designed with the principles of innovation, sustainability and design front and centre.

Inspiration and knowledge ran through the very core of the event, where visitors could immerse themselves in the latest trends and cutting-edge solutions in architecture and interior design, complemented by delicious catering and wonderful music.

From exclusive kitchen and bathroom equipment to innovative wall tiles, cladding and stylish furnishings, the International Innovations Exhibition was a veritable display of creativity and excellence; the perfect setting to celebrate the 50 years the firm has spent building great stories.

Innovations displays

Porcelanosa Mexico banded together the main styles and trends set to dominate this year in interior décor at the 4th edition of its International Exhibition. The renowned event placed limitless designs and materials under the spotlight.

The new Porcelanosa collections showcased ultra-stylish trends such as Brooklyn Marquina wall tiles, featuring a matte surface with a relief creating delicate lines, resulting in a pure and clean ambience.
Large format ceramic tiles played a more subtle role, punctuated by Pro-Part profiles made in brass and bronze for added decorative value.

Porcelanosa's trademark exclusivity shone through designs such as Mystic and Savannah. The two stone-look ceramic tile collections are perfect for floors and walls alike, achieving elegant and sophisticated spaces.

Driven by innovation, Gamadecor showed off its cutting-edge character with new furniture collections for kitchens, bathrooms and living areas with a modern and functional design.

Noken's new additions, meanwhile, focused squarely on wellness and skin care (with its Noken Care and Noken Energy systems), all designed with its hallmarks of energy efficiency and reduced water consumption in mind.

Standout offerings from L'Antic Colonial included its new ceramic collection inspired by the seabed: Fiji. This bold and striking proposal perfectly captures the essence of the seas and oceans through its powerful palette and visual appeal.

The essence of nature ran through new designs from XTONE®. Whilst Alpinus emulates the characteristics of natural stone in stunning detail, Ewood White reproduces the white tone of wood, giving a nod to nature and the movement of trees.

Visitors were left in awe of the sheer volume of innovative designs for architecture and interior design presented at the exhibition. The event represented a renewal of the multinational's commitment: a fresh impetus and renewed adherence to the values that have been fundamental to the success of Porcelanosa Group over its 50-year trajectory.

Porcelanosa Mexico

Porcelanosa has been active in Mexico since 1999 and now boasts nine showrooms in the country. Five are located in Mexico City, in Altavista, Interlomas, Masaryk, Valle Dorado and Artz Pedregal. In addition, Porcelanosa has shops in Guadalajara, Playa del Carmen, Cancun and Los Cabos. It also has a broad commercial network of authorised distributors in twelve of Mexico's most prominent states.

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