The 24th Annual Porcelanosa Group Fair Recap

The Porcelanosa Group’s factories in Vila-real closed from February 13th to the 17th for the 24th edition of their International Exhibition of Global Architecture and Interior Design. This year, the amount of attendees to this show increased by 15%, with over 12,000 people visiting the Porcelanosa showrooms over the 4 days. More than 9,000 visitors from over 80 countries were able to visit the 14,000 square meters of exhibition space from the company’s 8 firms.

Each of the Porcelanosa Group companies took the opportunity to transform their showrooms into an exhibition space showing the company’s newest innovations and trends for the year. Each showroom displayed their newest products in real lifestyle settings – showing the endless possibilities of what can be done with Porcelanosa products.

Porcelanosa displayed some of its newest porcelain tile collections which included trends such as transitional flooring which combines two different materials to create one tile, such as a fusion of stone and wood-look styles together.  They also showcased there new Bombay collection whish is inspired by precious metals. Other new novelties included a variety of stone and marble look tiles.

The Venis factory unveiled there newest collection of wood-porcelain tiles, the Starwood collection. Inspired by natural wood, the Starwood collection is comprised of a variety of shades that can applied to both walls and floors.  For more information on the Starwood collection, visit www.star-wood.es.

Urbatek displayed their XLIGHT Premium Collection, which is made up of large format thin porcelain tiles that feature six different options inspired by stone and marble. In addition, the XLIGHT Premium Collection also features matching floor tiles.

Some of the innovations in the Bath collections included a live display of the Zaha Hadid collection, Vitae, as well as the new collaborated collection with Foster & Partners, Tono. The Gamadecor factory also displayed their two new vanity collections – Bevel and Duna. Bevel features a modern minimalist design made out of KRION® Solid Surface Material, while Duna is made out of a fusion of different materials.


For more information about the new novelties and the fair, visit www.porcelanosa.com.