Exclusive Preview – Porcelanosa Facades at the 2018 AIA Conference on Architecture
Porcelanosa Facades will be exhibiting at the 2018 AIA Conference on Architecture on June 21-23 at booth #2949. We spoke with Ignacio Vidal Traver, the Facade National Sales & Technical Director for Porcelanosa Facades. Read below to learn more about what we will be displaying at the booth.
What information will architects be able to learn from visiting our booth?
Architects will be able to learn about a new cladding material option – porcelain. Our porcelain panels feature endless design options and are developed and created in a controlled environment. This gives us complete control over the design, porosity, dimension, and strength of the product.
Porcelain is one of the best materials to use for exterior cladding, because it is an incredibly strong material available and is very resistant to breakage. It is also non-combustible and non-flammable, impervious to light, and resistant to freezing and fading.
The best part of our material is that architects can use our Design Your Stone program to create unique aesthetic panel designs for their facade projects.
Tell us about the different products that you will be displaying at the booth.
Porcelanosa has over 300 different porcelain panel aesthetic options that can be used as facade panels. These panels are classified into different categories depending on their look – including concrete, stone, metal, technic, hardwood, and decorative. We will be displaying a small selection of these porcelain panels by category on our “Inspiration Wall”.
Is Porcelanosa hosting any events during the convention?
Yes! Porcelanosa will be hosting an Architects Cocktail Party at the New York City Flagship Showroom on Thursday, the 21st. Stop by our booth for an invitation!
Is there anything else that you would like attendees to know about?
We will also be featuring a few exclusive incentive offers for those who visit our booth. Bring your business cards with you for a chance to win a prize.
There is still time to register to attend the AIA Conference on Architecture!