This edition features the upcoming challenges faced by British interior designer Kelly Hoppen, the Cersaie international fair and new models for shopping centres like Open Sky in Madrid The magazine is available at all PORCELANOSA Group showrooms and on the official website The new issue of Lifestyle Magazine takes an in-depth look at the architectural challenges of the future and focuses on sustainability and new models for urban planning. The reader will find an extensive interview with British designer Kelly Hoppen and the Touza Arquitectos studio, a detailed feature on the new designs presented at Cersaie 2019 and on the cities of tomorrow with buildings like the Shenzhen Tower (the façade of which has been designed with Krion® Solid Surface) or the Open Sky shopping centre in Madrid.
Interview with Kelly Hoppen
Designer and Member of the Order of the British Empire, Kelly Hoppen received the Honour Prize for her career at the 12th PORCELANOSA Group Awards for Architecture and Interior Design. The award was given in recognition of her efforts and the work she has carried out in the world of interior design. The designer herself looks back over this work with the Lifestyle team.
Porcelanosa wins the National Innovation Prize
The National Innovation and Design Awards were presented in November and PORCELANOSA Group won the National Innovation Award in the Large Business category. The Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities (now the Ministry of Science and Innovation) recognised the professional achievements of the Spanish multinational company thanks to its business model based on technological innovation, sustainability and the environment.
Porcelanosa Architecture and Interior Design Awards
This feature explains the most noteworthy projects presented at the 12th PORCELANOSA Group Architecture and Interior Design and the rules for the next edition of the awards.
Krion™ from up high
The Krion® mineral compact has become the perfect solution for the construction of ventilated façades.New generation buildings such as the CME Center in Chicago or the Shenzhen skyscraper (China) by architect Zhao Guo Xing have made use of this Solid Surface due to its resistance to high temperatures, fire, bending and its antibacterial nature. All this and much more in Lifestyle Magazine.