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Porcelanosa Lifestyle 08·02·2021

Casa Josephine and the art of interior design

Cultured yet unpretentious, harmonious and ever-evolving, and artistic with a firm eye on the decorative style of the context. This defines the ambiences created by this design and architecture studio that knows how to listen to – and respect – the spirit of a space.

Porcelanosa Lifestyle 14·12·2020

ARCO turns 40

Maribel López, director of ARCO – Madrid’s International Contemporary Art Fair – talks to Marisa Santamaría about the links between design and architecture and art.

Porcelanosa Lifestyle 25·11·2020

Architecture decides its future II

Five prestigious architects reflect on the evolution of cities and housing to find a common response to the challenges of tomorrow, centred on the concepts of sustainability, architectural restoration and technology.

Porcelanosa Lifestyle 24·11·2020

Architecture decides its future

Five prestigious architects reflect on the evolution of cities and housing to find a common response to the challenges of tomorrow, centred on the concepts of sustainability, architectural restoration and technology.

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Porcelanosa Lifestyle 04·11·2020

Sally Hambleton, the secret life of flowers

It smells like London in spring, but it’s autumn and we’re in Madrid. In the Prosperidad district, to be precise. In this little square, if you follow the trail, you will see four shops with black and white striped awnings, some interiors painted in a bluish green that also recalls England and suddenly boxes, drawers, crowns, scissors, loops… signs that there has been a party here. And it’s the same every morning.

Porcelanosa Lifestyle 23·10·2020

Architecture on two wheels

The urban paradigm shift includes bikes as a priority. It has been a long and slow road to raising awareness among citizens and institutions, because the goal is the optimal adjustment to a more agile and healthy kind of mobility. The first determining effect is less pollution, through gradual pedestrianisation and the steady introduction of bikes as an essential vehicle for urban cohesion.

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Porcelanosa Lifestyle 08·10·2020

Cooking at a snail’s pace

Slow, that’s the idea, not only when choosing between the greengrocer and the hypermarket, but also in cooking, fashion, tourism, trade, exercise, sex and even in cities that claim to be in favour of this trend. But what does this philosophy, whose logo is an orange snail, really consist of? 

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