Pamesa Cerámica’s porcelain stoneware used to clad ventilated façades is an ideal solution for buildings that want to combine aesthetics, efficient insulation and environmental sustainability. The durability, resistance and versatility of this material all contribute to its high quality, guaranteeing durability, resistance to atmospheric conditions, versatility of finishes and low maintenance. This sustainable solution brings […]
The pre-school education centre Pasitos chose Agatha Party Lunares 25×50 and Agatha Party Lineas 25×50 for its new building, realized by Construmar in Valencia.
The Zaragoza Provincial Court chose Pamesa porcelain tiles for its new building. The Cosmos series, in 60×60 format, was used in white and marengo colours to put the raised floor.
In order to provide maximum comfort to sick children and their families, the Ronald McDonald House of Valencia has been built with materials, shapes and colors that give a pleasant, warm and homely. The facade is made with the Epsilon model Snuff 30.3 x61, 3. And interior floors with model Ash Elements 30.3 x61, 3.
Valencia airport chose Pamesa tiles for its new T2 terminal. The Ikom series, in white and grey colours and in 50×100 format, was used.
Pamesa’s Sena model (50×100) was used as cladding for the ventilated façade of the International Hospital of Medimar, which is located in Alicante.
Pamesa’s Cantil series (50×100) was used as cladding for the ventilated façade of the city council of Almazora.
Pamesa’s Valencia series (40×60), in Oro and E.Cripton colours, was used as cladding for the ventilated façade of a home for the elderly located in Felechosa, Asturias.
The Chamartín underground interchange in Madrid chose Pamesa porcelain tiles for its instalations: Valencia Oro 50×50.
Pamesa’s Ikom series was selected in white 50×100 format for the apartment complex Les Corts, in Valencia.