Besides showcasing furniture and kitchen equipment innovations at the Furniture Trade Fair, PORCELANOSA Group participated in one of the most avant-garde spaces at Milan Design Week; the Fuorisalone Temporary Museum for New Design. The firm collaborated with the renowned architects, Benedetto Camerana and Hembert Peñaranda, in the design of the Double Room space.Double Room reflects different lifestyles and habits, alongside with the latest trends in contemporary architecture. Benedetto Camerana and Hembert Peñaranda designed this apartment with an interconnected evening area and modern living room that is separated by a Krion® lattice.Benedetto Camerana has designed a dream bedroom with the main feature being a curved Krion® panel which follows through to the headboard- decorated with the Figure in movimento artwork by Laura Zeni- and the canopy over the large bed. The designer kept the main focus on Porcelanosa Group solid surface in the bathroom, concealed behind the headboard, by using a Krion wash basin and shower tray that is thermocurved to create different folds. Oxford Natural porcelain by Porcelanosa was used for the flooring and the Wave White model by Venis covers the walls.Hembert Peñaranda proposes a dynamic and energetic living room which is home to the ins and outs of day life. Hembert Peñaranda created a symmetric play between the floor and roof, using a tailor-made tensile ceiling system by Butech. The table was made from white Krion® and located in the middle of the space, surrounded by a multi-coloured perimeter. Oxford porcelain by Porcelanosa and Hampton porcelain by Venis were combined together to create a multi-format flooring. Various small rectangular compartments are arranged on one side of the space in through-body porcelain by Urbatek in the Avenue Nature models -in Brown and White -, and Code -in Beige and Grey Nature colours-, all of which are combined with other porcelain pieces from the Nara model by Venis. The Taco Oxford porcelain mosaic by Porcelanosa in Natural and Acero colours was used as a separating wall.Two artists have cooperated in their creations with this compact mineral by PORCELANOSA Group, creating a dynamic and imaginative sculpture for this futuristic apartment: the Danzar sculpture by Quico Torres on the living room table and ballerinas by Laura Zeni which seem to dance on the living room floor and ceiling.Finally, the public who attended Milan Design Week got to view some of the qualities of the solid surface developed by Systempool in the Superstudio Più garden, where a Krion® Alfa bench designed by Verónica Martínez Design and made by the 2eses studio.