Milan Linate International Airport is changing its face thanks to an extensive renovation process with the Krion® K-Life 1100 compact mineral.
Passed by 9.5 million passengers a year (domestic and international) and with a wide range of services and connections to the city of Milan, Linate has been redesigned with an open and spacious layout using Porcelanosa’s Solid Surface for the walls, common areas and facilities.
The use of this compact mineral made it possible to create more spacious, safe and bright environments that do not require continuous maintenance. This was made possible thanks to the very composition of Krion® K-Life 1100, with which unlimited surfaces can be created (joints are imperceptible), as well as being aseptic (bacteriostatic material) and easy to clean.
The sustainable redesign of the airport is part of its new energy efficiency and mobility policy, which is further supported by the use of Krion® K-Life 1100, which has an impact on air quality and the protection of the natural environment as it is a 100% recyclable material.
For more information visit www.krion.com.
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