Double Room is the project that let Porcelanosa talk about itself during the Milan Design Week 2014.
This temporary installation was cured by Hembert Peñaranda studio, that imagined an ideal dwelling neatly divided into day and night zones, and Porcelanosa materials accompanied and defined all the choices connected to this project. Devoto used Krion® (the Solid Surface produced and dealt by Porcelanosa Grupo), creating a big backstage completely produced by CNC machines, according to the concept of a thick bush forest, pushed to such an abstraction and de-materialization that makes it look like a graphic installation.
The bed originates from the movement of a large ribbon of Krion®, and the bathroom is sunk into the background and allows a circular path in the entire space. To complete the installation there are Laura Zenicanvas and Quito Torres sculptures.
Photo credit: Devoto