Ceramiche Caesar



Marseille (France) – October 2015. A new event by Architect@Work awaits industry professionals in Marseille, France, on 14 and 15 October, with new solutions for contemporary architecture.

At Booth 44 of the "Parc Chanot" congress centre, Ceramiche Caesar's innovative solutions in porcelain tiles for indoor and outdoor design will open up new scenarios to visitors, offering the aesthetic and technological quality so typical of Made in Italy ceramics. 

They include Mint Deco, the decor of the Trace collection that, in the 30x30 and 60x60 cm sizes, brings together all the distinction of a work of art. The Trace collection is, in fact, the porcelain tile interpretation of brownish metal and matt cement, giving the tiles a unique and precious look.  

Design and functionality are also a must for outdoor projects, for which Caesar offers the most avant-garde solutions.

The Aextra20 system of premium thickness porcelain slabs broadens the range with Groove Decors, a surface with inlayed geometries or floral motifs that create a spectacular visual and tactile effect.

An innovative application of the Aextra20 system is Dual Step, the monolithic porcelain stoneware step in 20 mm thickness, perfect for stairs, steps and edges of indoor and outdoor areas in residential and commercial venues.  Available in the 30x60 cm rectified size in three colours, White Quarz, Golden Stone and Silver Gray, it is characterised by a double border, square and rounded, that allows for the utmost freedom in design.  

A premium thickness of 30 mm also for Aextra30, the new series for cutting edge urban design projects, available in various colours and decors in the 60x60 and 40x60 cm sizes.

Caesar eagerly await architects and designers at Architect@Work Marseille at Booth 44, “Parc Chanot” congress centre as also reminds visitors of the next scheduled event: Architect@Work Düsseldorf, 2-3 December – Booth 175.

For further information about Caesar visit website www.caesar.it


Architect@Work Marseille – Parc Chianot
14-15 October 2015
Booth 44


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