Recap of Porcelanosa at the 2016 iSalone de Mobile in Milan

Earlier this month, Porcelanosa showcased some of their newest and most innovative products at Salone del Mobile in Milan. The show opens its doors every year to offer guests from all over the world the latest trends in innovation, quality and design internationally.

Among all of the exhibits, the EuroCucina 2016 is one of the most highlighted spaces at the show that is reserved for high technology and innovations in kitchen design, and is where the sophisticated exhibit of PORCELANOSA was located.

The Porcelanosa exhibit was encased in Porcelanosa’s KRION Solid Surface and featured nine different lifestyle areas that showcased 4 kitchens, a wardrobe/dressing room, a commercial area, living room and the new bath collection, Vitae by Zaha Hadid.

Four kitchen atmospheres were highlighted at PORCELANOSA Grupo’s exhibit at the Salone del Mobile. Two of the kitchens were designed by renowned architect Ramón Esteve, who showcased his Premium concept of high exclusivity, luxury and elegance. The third kitchen atmosphere, was designed by the three-Michelin-star chef, Quique Dacosta, and features a top of the line KRION Solid Surface countertop. The fourth kitchen atmosphere was designed by Porcelanosa firm Gamadecor and features its Emotions® kitchen furniture.

Porcelanosa also showcased a wardrobe/dressing room which is part of the Emotions series by Gamadecor, an excellent design with glass cabinets in a bronze finish, and aluminium decorative profiles in a metal finish.  The model used for the dressing room modulation was the e7 model, which has been manufactured in both a carved oak veneer and in a Leather Oak finish.

The commercial area showcased different product samples from all of Porcelanosa’s firms including tile, bath, stone & wood products.

The last area included a breathtakingly visual display of Noken’s latest bath collection Vitae. The bathroom design was created by Zaha Hadid Design studio, which is inspired by the movement of water.