Porcelanosa’s Krion to Debut Surfacing at NeoCon
showroom to see the solid surfacing product the Spain-based manufacturer will debut at
. First, we saw its application as an exterior material in the
space, where the company displays systems for ventilated facades, among other technical products.
Photo by Jennifer Krichels.
Krion was developed by
, another company owned by the Porcelanosa Group. It is made of two-thirds natural materials (ATH – aluminium trihydride) and resins. The material can be milled like wood, thermally formed, or injection-molded. Along with UV- and fire-resistant properties, it has minimal porosity, making it resistant to bacteria, graffiti, and stains. It is 100 percent recyclable at the end of its life cycle.
Detail of a decorative Krion panel. Photo by Jennifer Krichels.
Another decorative panel. Photo by Jennifer Krichels.