The Rubén Muedra architecture studio has brought the latest collections from Porcelanosa, Gamadecor, Noken and Urbatek together.
This projects banks on open spaces which are full of natural light and minimal decor.
Enhancing the light of Valencia with no filters is one of the main objectives of the Cosmos House in Valencia. This single-family home, which is a project by the Rubén Muedra Architecture Studio, has combined minimal decor with open spaces. An approach that has allowed the decor possibilities to be extended with the materials from PORCELANOSA Grupo.
Kitchens made of walnut and Onyx
The contemporary-styled kitchen designed by the Rubén Muedra Studio sees natural materials and ceramic elements combined. This is what happens with the Emotions™ e6.00 and the e6.90 Nogal Seda and Onix Mate kitchens from Gamadecor, which emphasise the purity of wood with wall tiles, where the fridge, oven and several storage areas are all built in. Among the standout pieces, it is worth mentioning the Onix Mate and the baseboards in the exclusive negro sable from Gamadecor.
The kitchen island has been designed from less to more, where the cooking area and the sink are clearly differentiated. The kitchen worktop has been manufactured with the Aged Clay from the XTONE series by Urbatek, whose 12mm-thick pieces perfectly emulate the marble textures.
This XTONE Surface series offers excellent performance for some atmospheres like the kitchen because of its scratch and impact resistance, as well as its easy cleaning.
The Spring Cromo taps from the Noken company have also been included. Their design is a single lever with pull-out shower and rotating spout which enhance functionality when being installed.
Greater clarity with the Caliza floor tile from Porcelanosa
The large glass windows allow for the outside light to enter the different areas, therefore enhancing the colour nuances of the Bottega Caliza floor tile from Porcelanosa. We are dealing with industrial aesthetics which reproduce the tones and shades of cement in a sober and balanced way.
Photography: Hilke Sievers