Porcelanosa Products In Multi-Unit Projects

Porcelanosa’s products can be incorporated in projects of any size.¬†From a small one-room remodeling project to a large-scale multi-unit venture, Porcelanosa’s high-quality, sophisticated collections can be integrated to create elegant designs.



Project: Chelsea by The Sea, CA

Porcelanosa’s Ston-ker colored body porcelain tiles are ideal for use in multi-unit projects. Designs in this collection range from contemporary to traditional styles. The realistic tile textures, finishes, and designs are created using a layer of glaze, while maintaining the superior performance characteristics of porcelain tiles. Among the popular tiles used for multi-unit projects are the stone-look Rodano Acero, Harlem Acero, and Boston Stone. For a marble-look, the Bianco Natural features light-grey veining while Calacata Gold can add warmth to a space with its subtle gold veining. There is also the popular Barcelona collection made up of decorative tiles with tone variations and intricate designs.



Project: Green Street Model Unit, PA

Porcelanosa’s kitchen collections can be used in projects that require a large quantity of units. Our kitchens feature unique finishes, a wide variety of handle options, quality interior equipment, maximum stability, and sophisticated results. The Projects kitchen collection is specifically designed to meet the needs of large-scale projects. The collection features a selection of different laminate finishes that are available in a wide range of colors. The base of the cabinetry is manufactured using a high resistance 16mm thick board with edges that are covered in watertight ABS edgebanding, and is highly resistant to impacts and intense temperatures. Contact a Kitchen Designer today to get started on your multi-unit project featuring Porcelanosa’s kitchen collections.



Project: The Clare, NY

Porcelanosa’s ventilated facade system has been used in multi-unit, hospitality, retail, and residential projects throughout the United States and Canada. This system provides many sustainability advantages, including energy saving due to the down sizing of HVAC, reduction of heat flow inside the building by 80%, reduction of C02 emissions due to improved performance, and an overall more comfortable environment for individuals that inhabit the building. The porcelain panels that are used in this system are made of 100% recyclable natural products and therefore do not emit volatile organic compounds. Contact a Facades Representative today to get started on your multi-unit project featuring Porcelanosa’s ventilated facade system.

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