MAPRC Architects’ design was the winning tender for the “Vive en Cofrentes” public housing development scheme, organised by the Council.
A project worth highlighting due to the carefully considered layout and exacting selection of building materials.
The ventilated façade was designed as a high-performance building solution aimed at meeting thermal protection and energy saving requirements. Thin, Corten steel-effect XLIGHT NOX porcelain tiles were therefore used to clad the supporting structure using an exposed clip system developed by Butech.
Over 400 m2 of cladding on an area which frames the terraces of this major residential project.
Likewise, the interiors and terraces have also been tiled with one of the most elegant and timeless porcelain tiles. An on-trend collection which complements any interior décor, giving the appearance of stone with its wide variety and dynamic style.