Porcelanosa Facades worked with the architect to develop custom exterior porcelain panels to match the natural limestone cladding used at the building’s base. The exterior cladding also has mitered porcelain corners to give it a clean, upscale look.
When completed, the project’s architect, Manuel Glas, said: “the open joint ventilated system, ease of installation, and durability of porcelain… inspired new ways to treat the facade.”
The renowned Issac & Stern Architects worked with our team of porcelain cladding experts to find the perfect porcelain texture and color for their facade design. They found the ideal shade variations in our Concrete Porcelain series with the Dover Arena porcelain panels.
The Nevins high-rise, multi-family building is covered with 21,000 square feet of porcelain facade cladding. The panels are cut down to 12 3/8” x 47” panels specifically for the project. The porcelain cladding installation was smoothly coordinated with the prefabricated metal window returns.
Located in the Fitler Square area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Fitler Nine is a set of nine luxurious four-story townhomes.
Architects Qb3 worked with us through our Design Assist process to find the perfect porcelain panels for this ventilated facade project. They found a great blend of finishes in our Stone Porcelain series for a warmer, livelier facade design. The result is a dynamic, unique surface designed to protect the client’s budget
Hudson 36 is a 39-story, multi-family building, located in the Hudson Yards district of Manhattan, New York.
This high-rise building’s facade features over 50,000 square feet of our Ark White Bright large-format porcelain panels. Ismael Leyva Architects worked with us to develop a custom-colored porcelain cladding system to create their own unique look. Porcelanosa Facades’ complimentary Design Assist services helped achieve the architect’s goal for a unitized facade system.