“Práxedes Mateo Sagasta” Secondary School. Logroño, La Rioja
Architect: Miguel Fernández Rueda. Collaborating architect: Alejandro Vírseda Aizpún. Construction company: UTE SAGASTA (DRAGADOS + QODA Construcciones).
Photography: Clara Larrea Quemada
Polished VACUTILE® tile with six different references including customised developments. BALASTÓN® in snow white slabs with satin finish for vertical interior cladding. BALASTÓN® in polished red and special curved steps. BALASTÓN® in polished red colour and snow white satin finish for lining indoor benches.
Detached house. Las Rozas, Madrid, Spain
Architecture: arenas basabe palacios architects. Photography: Imagen Subliminal
Polished VACUTILE® single-layer tiles for indoor flooring (various colours). Polished BALASTÓN® flagstones in various colours for indoor flooring. And shot-blasted BALASTÓN® slabs in various colours for outdoor paving.
Metro Station L-4 Llucmajor. Barcelona, Spain
VACUTILE® single-layer 60x60x2.8 tile in floor paving and vertical cladding. Two-layer tiles, 10 57x37x4 strips.
BALASTÓN® stairs with non-slip strip. Curved skirting in floor and wall tiles. Platform edge. Benches in 8 cm BALASTÓN® tiles.
Hospital da Luz. Lisbon, Portugal
8,000 m2 of VACUTILE® single-layer 60x60x2.8 floor tiling.
Institución Benéfico Social Padre Rubinos
“Fundación Amancio Ortega”. A Coruña, Spain
Architecture: Elsa Urquijo Architects
Vacutile® two-layer, shot-blasted slabs for outdoor paving. Balastón® shot-blasted tiles on vertical surfaces.
Kursaal – Avda. de la Zurriola. San Sebastián, Spain. Architecture: Rafael Moneo
Paving designed by Rafael Moneo for outside the kursaal. Reinforced, black, moulded flagstones.
House. Mainz, Germany Architecture: Frau. Ricke-Güntsche
Special, large-size BALASTÓN® flagstones manufactured in shades of grey with different modulations.
Homes. Guadalajara, Spain
BALASTÓN® TWO-COLOUR façade, a mixture of yellow and red with the appearance of natural stone, made according to the instructions of the Solano-Catalán studio.
Fixed to the wall using a ventilated façade system.
Würth Museum. Agoncillo, La Rioja, Spain
Ingeniería Torrella, S.A.
Ventilated façade made of 80x50x4 shot-blasted VACUTILE® slabs. Paving of outdoor terraces with 60x40x4 shot-blasted VACUTILE® floor tiles.
Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid, Spain
Architecture: Estudio de Arquitectura Campo Baeza. Photography: Javier Callejas
VACUTILE® polished single-layer VACUTILE tiling for indoor flooring and polished 120×120 BALASTÓN® slabs for vertical cladding, steps, worktops, skirting, step tops and window sills.