08 June 2021
Contrasts make life more interesting. And at Casa Masi, a project by Keraben Grupo and Bolero Estudio, contrasts are the key to making it special.
14 April 2021
The ceramic industry is in a state of constant flux, and the extended time we have all spent in our homes due to lockdown has only accelerated this process. It is no longer about making one-off aesthetic changes, but rather adopting a new way of viewing our homes that has now become essential to understanding the function they will need to perform in the coming years.
25 March 2021
Set among the undulating croplands of Sa Pobla, Keraben Grupo and the architectural practice Viraje have brought to life a rural haven with a backdrop of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. Its contemporary yet subtle lines integrate beautifully into the natural environment.
25 February 2021
The project revolves around an innovative office concept in which harmony and design are united to create the new headquarters of the Association of Administrative Managers of Valencia (Colegio de Gestores Administrativos de Valencia). The premises was last refurbished 20 years ago, so the aim of this new remodelling project was to design a workspace that reflected its present-day needs.
11 February 2021
Lifeker Plus+ is the new ceramic finish from Keraben Grupo that prevents the growth of harmful bacteria on wall and floor coverings.
18 January 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has paralysed the world, both socially and economically. It has led to a massive change in how we relate to each other, but also in terms of the factors we take into account when choosing a home. In this sense, the construction industry has been forced to look for new business opportunities that will improve the sector's economy.
07 December 2020
Marratxí, located in the northeast of Mallorca, is home to the new project of Keraben Grupo, in collaboration with Ubiko. A house seen in terms of family enjoyment, which, to the same extent respects, the intimacy of each one of its members.
23 November 2020
According to the data from the latest study conducted by Keraben Group, ceramics are the most effective cladding material for resisting the disinfectant products that help to slow down the spread of COVID-19.