Ceramic facades

Ceramic facades

Ceramic facades Belfast Hospital (Belfast, Northern Ireland)

Ceramic facades

Belfast Hospital (Belfast, Northern Ireland)

Ceramic facades Residential building (Madrid, Spain)

Ceramic facades

Residential building (Madrid, Spain)

Ceramic facades Complejo Rural Nostra (Betxí, Spain)

Ceramic facades

Complejo Rural Nostra (Betxí, Spain)

Ceramic facades Vicarage Road Stadium (Watford, United Kingdom)

Ceramic facades

Vicarage Road Stadium (Watford, United Kingdom)

Ceramic facades Residential building Tour Corse (Nantes, France)

Ceramic facades

Residential building Tour Corse (Nantes, France)

Ceramic facades

Ceramic facades

Ceramic facades

Ceramic facades

Ceramic facades The Filaments (London, United Kingdom)

Ceramic facades

The Filaments (London, United Kingdom)

Ceramic facades Residential building (Maidenhead, United Kingdom)

Ceramic facades

Residential building (Maidenhead, United Kingdom)

Ceramic facades Single family home (Murcia, Spain)

Ceramic facades

Single family home (Murcia, Spain)

Ceramic facades

Ceramic facades

Ceramic facades Thermes de Balaruc (Les Bains, France)

Ceramic facades

Thermes de Balaruc (Les Bains, France)

Ceramic facades Complejo Deportivo Nudos (Ciudad-Real, Spain)

Ceramic facades

Complejo Deportivo Nudos (Ciudad-Real, Spain)

Ceramic facades Residenze Tizana – R13 (Milan, Italy)

Ceramic facades

Residenze Tizana – R13 (Milan, Italy)

Ceramic facades Hipotels 5* Hotel (Palma de Mallorca, Islas Baleares, Spain)

Ceramic facades

Hipotels 5* Hotel (Palma de Mallorca, Islas Baleares, Spain)

Ceramic facades Marble House

Ceramic facades

Marble House

Ceramic facades

Ceramic facades

Lightweight ceramic façades

Ceramic façades have become increasingly important within the new urban or housing models

Because of its resilience and sustainable nature, ceramics are increasingly used in different construction projects. The ceramic façades developed by Butech, the PORCELANOSA Group firm, can be ventilated ceramic façades or bonded ceramic façades
Ventilated ceramic façades can save up to 20% or 30% of a home's energy consumption. In addition, their multistratum system improves sound insulation and the installation system minimises work execution times and the maintenance resources used. Among the most resistant materials for the façade is STON-KER® the ceramic stone by the PORCELANOSA Group that is resistant to high and low temperatures, as well as the impact of chemical agents, scratches or blows

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Ceramic façades

The PORCELANOSA Group's ceramic façades are characterised by a solid, immovable and light structure. The ceramic materials that can be included on façades include the noteworthy STON-KER®, the ceramic stone by the Porcelanosa Group. It is a solid, light material that does not allow water absorption and whose appearance does not vary due to the effect of chemical and atmospheric agents.
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