Ceramiche Caesar

CONFIRMATION OF THE PRESTIGE OF CERAMIC INNOVATION BY CAESAR AT CERSAIE

01-10-2014

October 2014 | Bologna. Ceramiche Caesar, in a completely renovated stand in terms of concept and graphics in keeping with the latest corporate innovations, showcased their new porcelain stoneware collections at Cersaie, giving their interpretation of the most avant-garde trends of interior design.  

 Numerous guests visited the Caesar stand during the event in Bologna, where attendance figures almost topped 100,000 visitors, all of whom approved the versatility of new products, the result of constant and ongoing research that manages to combine aesthetics and functionality.

See all the photos here!

With Anima, Trace and One, spaces are filled with elegance and authentic style, interpreting the look and natural aspect of different moods: six different marble inspirations in three surface finishes characterise Anima, while Trace, available in Natural and Iridescent versions, recalls the look of burnished metal and the matt surface of cement typical of the majestic architectural structures of the past.

With One, the tradition of terracotta and the modern feel of cement merge in a unique and original solution, perfect for contemporary architecture.

 

Caesar was also one of the protagonists at “Cer-Sea Italian Style Beach Concept”, the exhibition spread over 1,200m² that focussed on ways of opening up bathing resorts and utilising them all year round. The Aextra20 system in 20mm thickness, with dry and raised installation and anti-slip finish, captured the attention of visitors who appreciated its versatility of use for outdoor application, that provides excellent technical performance at the same time as guaranteeing contemporary style.

 

For further information on Anima, click here

For further information on Trace, click here

For further information on One, click here

To display the new Aextra20 solutions, click here

To discover Dual Step, the new monolithic step by Caesar, click here


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