The Spanish multinational has revealed its new collections with more natural finishes and technological solutions.

“Our investment in R&D&I and ongoing dialogue with architects and interior designers have led us to explore new material formulas and uses, meaning we’re placing a priority on the quality and practicality of each product, rather than the merely aesthetic”, states a company representative.

Porcelnosa’s seven main showrooms will house new room schemes to demonstrate the use of materials in the months to come.

Solidker, the full-body porcelain of the future

Porcelnosa claim Solidiker porcelain is the first full-body solution that uses the same raw material from the surface through the whole of the tile body, and benefits from an extremely low level of water absorption (≤ 0.2%).

The Dakota and Seattle series are floor tiles made for large-scale projects. The customisable design comes in three neutral tones (Grey, Sand and Black) and various formats (120 cm x 120 cm and 59.6 cm x 120 cm), and is inspired by ultra-sophisticated quartzite. The collection will elevate the look of the room and make it safer too, thanks to the relief and non-slip properties.

The neutral colours of Seattle tiles – Grey, Sand and Topo – combined with the cement textures and balanced colour palette, will lend a sense of style to spaces.

For bathrooms Noken has introduced sensory designs with the Finish Studio aesthetic, compatible with Essence C Compact washbasins in nine colours, signature Lignage taps designed by architect Ramón Esteve, winner of the Best Design Award at the 2019 IF Design Awards, Lounge toilets with a new matte black and white look, and Round pieces in a brushed gold finish.

In the furnishings category, the company presents its Forma collection with vibrant new finishes such as Merlot red, Forest green and Almond beige.

Aiming to promote the efficient use of energy and natural resources, the company has designed touchless flushes and taps (Round). with sensors and I-Smart technology that enable users to tailor the amount of water and soap they use.

For Porcelanosa’s latest kitchen designs visit