January 29, 2021
The sintered mineral compact from Porcelanosa offers new finished product solutions and natural textures inspired by marble, stone and wood.
Its new aesthetic lines allow for greater customisation of each model (Make it your own), with more natural finishes that reproduce the brightness and texture of marble, wood, stone and industrial materials such as concrete and metal. "Our evolution has no limits: we're looking to expand the XTONE brand with new design concepts that improve spaces based on the timelessness and exclusivity of our collections" says an Urbatek representative.
Tables, shower trays, baths and washbasins are just some of the new pieces the XTONE brand is looking to promote, with new, more resistant, hygienic and sustainable combinations.
Versatile and bespoke new XTONE tables range from classic geometric forms designed in ceramics (Whole Ceramic) to ultra contemporary aluminium structures (Steel Ceramic).
Made up of five collections, the Whole Ceramic series includes indoor and outdoor tables, and the Mix & Match options offer a choice of three different types of legs in square, arrow and rectangular shapes.
There are five different surfaces available: XTC, XTS, XTR, XTF and XTO and all come in nature, polished and silk finishes with legs up to 75 cm.
This XTONE table line features a multidisciplinary design and aluminium legs across two collections:
XTONE's bathroom possibilities have also been added to, with three new non-slip shower trays:
XTONE baths stand out for their flat surfaces and ergonomic design. The XPF bath by XTONE is defined by its exclusive design and elegant straight lines.
The new XTONE washbasins champion the type of minimalist design that integrates each element into the space as if it were a component part.
Available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, designs and colours, these models can be adapted to any bathroom thanks to the Deep&Flat concept.
The Deep series directs the flow of water to a linear opening, whilst the Flat series has a flat, accessible cover.