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Various international artists have accepted the PORCELANOSA Group’s “Beyond the line” challenge, demonstrating, through their creative use of XTONE, that design is only limited by imagination.
Eight international designers have taken part in the “Beyond the line” campaign by the PORCELANOSA Group’s XTONE brand, presenting highly individual designs based on concepts such as “infinity”, “creativity” and “uniqueness”. These values are expressed using the compact sintered mineral XTONE, an essential product for architects, cooks, interior designers and professionals in the sector.
Inspired by natural materials such as marble or stone, this large-format collection has anti-bacterial properties and its designs have been the starting point for illustrators such as Klaudia Radlinska, Reza Asgaripour and Mirza Kashif.
The subtlety of Klaudia Radlinska
A student at the Glasgow School of Art and a lover of analogue photography, Radlinska‘s style is characterised by fine lines, Mediterranean colours and a fusion of textures, as shown in the two illustrations she created for XTONE.
The perspective of Reza Asgaripour
The Iranian architect Reza Asgaripour gives each illustration a different perspective. He has demonstrated this with the solid two-point cubes he has presented for this challenge. There has been a sensational response to the technique on Instagram, where he already has more than 168,000 followers.
Pop illustrations by Mirza Kashif
A member of the Ragpickers collective, this young illustrator uses bright colours and pop aesthetics in his designs. Mirza‘s commitment to breaking through established boundaries can be seen in his XTONE kitchen, whose earthy tones blend in with its surroundings.
The hyper-realism of Fer Neyra
Argentine designer Fer Neyra specialises in architectural illustration using AutoCAD and SketchUp. In line with the teaching of Mies van der Rohe, Neyra designed a space for XTONE that emphasises light and unlimited surfaces.
The museum pavilion by Carolina Sánchez
Carolina Sánchez has shown that her passion for architecture goes beyond models and prototypes. This can be seen in the museum pavilion that she has created using the Aria White marble collection by XTONE.
The natural approach of Vista en Planta
Vista en Planta uses XTONE’s ArsBeige and Onice Green collections as the main materials to create an interior with distinctive elements of greenery.
The poetry of Pato JC Fonseca
Pato Fonseca is a designer, architect and creative director who never rests, qualities reflected in his Granada courtyard, where each item has a deeper meaning.
Luis Bertoméu’s contemporary design
Luis Bertoméu has designed a contemporary house using XTONE’s Fiori di Bosco and Macauba Blue collections. The project is a nod to his native Luxembourg with links to the European Renaissance, through the use of Italian grey marble.
- 1 The subtlety of Klaudia Radlinska
- 2 The perspective of Reza Asgaripour
- 3 Pop illustrations by Mirza Kashif
- 4 The hyper-realism of Fer Neyra
- 5 The museum pavilion by Carolina Sánchez
- 6 The natural approach of Vista en Planta
- 7 The poetry of Pato JC Fonseca
- 8 Luis Bertoméu’s contemporary design