Durability, impermeability and lighter weight are just some of the advantages of using porcelain stoneware as cladding for ventilated façades. The material used in this sustainable solution offers a state-of-the-art aesthetic that has aroused great interest among today’s architects. An excellent construction response, blending elegance and efficiency with high added-value advantages, the most outstanding of […]
Durability, resistance and easy maintenance are the main advantages of ceramic ventilated facades. Wall tiles for buildings that combine aesthetic beauty with thermal insulation and protection against the atmospheric elements. The developers and architects of a building located in the Valdebebas district of Madrid chose Pamesa porcelain tiles, specifically the Ikom and Valencia series. Pieces in […]
The use of ceramic products in buildings has become a widely accepted feature in current architectural trends. Developers and architects opt for ventilated facades with ceramic pieces because of their advantages: durability, fire resistance and weather conditions, versatility of finishes and less maintenance. The developers of a residential complex in Valdebebas, Madrid, chose Pamesa porcelain tiles […]
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.
Pamesa’s Buxi model (50×100), in black and white, used as cladding for the ventilated façade of the Manises Hospital.