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AT ARCHITECT@WORK COPENHAGEN INNOVATION AND DESIGN FOR CAESAR PORCELAIN STONEWARE

04-05-2016

Copenhagen (Denmark) – May 2016. The international appointments for Caesar pick up again at Architect@Work 2016, a meeting in Copenhagen on May 25 and May 26, at Stand 108 of the Forum.

The international event, aimed at designers, architects and professionals in the sector, is back as the mouthpiece for the latest innovations in materials and products for contemporary building, offering creative ideas and opportunities to the many visitors.

Caesar, who has always been at the forefront in the creation of porcelain stoneware floor and wall tiles Made in Italy, puts all its technical and aesthetical know-how on display, introducing three new projects of tremendous appeal: Project Evolution, Elapse and the decorative solutions of Elapse Decors.

The large porcelain stoneware slabs of Project Evolution, with sizes of 120x120 - 120x240 cm and 9 mm thickness, raise the beauty of the matter even higher and make it even more exclusive, transforming ambiances and making them special thanks to the modularity and versatility the collection is renowned for. Anima, Tale, Trace and One are the collections in the new Caesar project, and they communicate all the major natural trends, such as the marble-effect, the travertine-effect, the metal-effect and the cement-effect.

Elapse, inspired by stone and craftsmanship, exalts the quality of the materic and shade diversities of porcelain stoneware Made in Italy thanks to the versatility of its possible laying patterns.

And with its eclectic style of vintage combinations and industrial cross-references, the Elapse series offers decors for surfaces strongly characterized by Elapse Decors: refined architectural games are a feature of Domino, while, in Scrape, expansive surfaces and patterns in harmonic discontinuity welcome the deliberate blemishes on the graphic of the matter. Kaleidoscopic graphic compositions define Kaleido; Track, however, is a melting-pot of graphic intermittence, with artisanal traces on a mosaic of lively shades. While Squares creates intricate combinations of ceramic matter and aesthetics thanks to wood set in stone, Groove has a much simpler design complexity, yet still offers intricate visual and graphic versatility and comes in all the five colors of the collection. Caesar awaits architects and designers at Architect@Work Forum Copenhagen at Stand 108 as well as visitors at the following events:

Architect@Work Lyon , June 2-3 – Booth 27
Architect@Work Paris, September 22-23 – Booth 117
Architect@Work Vienna, October 12-13– Booth 63
Architect@Work Berlin, November 9-10– Booth107
Architect@Work Stuttgart , December 7-8 – Booth 40

Architect@Work Denmark – Forum Copenhagen 25-26 May 2016 Pavillon 108

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