The 26th Annual Porcelanosa Group Fair Recap

From January 21st to 25th, the eight firms from the Porcelanosa Group presented their latest designs in kitchens, bathrooms, tiles, and building materials. The exhibition welcomed over 12,000 visitors and spanned over 150,000 square feet.

The Premium collections and large formats took center-stage at the exhibition.

Porcelanosa exhibited the new large tile format HIGHKER collection, which provides a visual sensation of continuity and comes in 47″x47″ and 23″x47″ formats.

Venis presented the Urban series, which combines the texture of concrete with stone veining, along with the Dakota collection, which is available in three tones: White, Gray, and Beige.

Gamadecor unveiled plans for the kitchen of the future – the Smart Kitchen that brings technology and design together into one seamless formula. The new kitchen concept allows a user to interact with the equipment, and in turn, will begin to learn their eating habits. XTONE countertops left a lasting impression on visitors – the beautiful marble and stone look finishes gave the kitchens on a display another sophisticated touch.

KRION® launched twelve new colors in the following series: Luxury, Art Veins, Colors, and Royal series. The new Materia series was also introduced.

L’Antic renewed its image through nature, luxury, and innovation. These three principles were followed by the new Wald Custom collection, which constitutes large slates that can be made to specific colors. Natural stone can now also be cut to size, and therefore adapted to any space.

Butech, which specializes in building solutions, ceramic installation systems, and facades showcased a scale model of the facade that will be installed at the Open Sky shopping center in Madrid, Spain. The facade is manufactured with KRION® Solid Surface material. Other innovations in profiles from the Pro-Light collection were also displayed.

Noken emphasized sustainability and responsible water consumption with the WaterForest concept displayed at their showroom, which included eco-friendly products and devices that save water and energy alike.

Urbatek presented its new XLIGHT collections: Stam and Tempo. These new collections feature pieces that can be used as floor and wall tiles that offer a continuous pattern and endless possibilities through their light and lively tones.