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CERAMICHE CAESAR AT ARCHITECT@WORK STOCKHOLM

13-03-2017

The technical performance of Project Evolution extra large porcelain stoneware slabs, the well-balanced tradition of Tecnolito, the unique aesthetics of Layers: Ceramiche Caesar is presenting its feathers in the cap at the new edition of Architect@Work, the series of travelling events for designers and architects.

                                                                     

On April 5 and 6, at Stand 21 of the Stockholmsmässan (Stockholm), the company of Fiorano Modenese will be offering all its technical and aesthetic know-how by presenting three projects with a great appal for the contemporary building trade. Projects that are capable of stimulating the creativity of professionals of the sector.

 

The extra large porcelain stoneware slabs of Project Evolution, ideal for elevating the beauty of material and for making every environment special: in fact, the Caesar project multiplies the possibilities of sizes and materials to combine aesthetics with practicality.

 

A key product of the Caesar range for almost 20 years, Tecnolito is available in the extra large 120x120 cm size. It offers a series of surfaces characterised by a palette of neutral, warm and cold tones and a matching base tone, as well as a vast selection of exclusive finishing pieces.

 

At the Stockholm event, we will also be presenting Layers, a ceramic collection with a captivating visual impact, which encompasses a variety of creative impulses: the series has been inspired by the most diverse trends and by a fusion of inspiration coming from the world of fashion, in its most noble form.

 

Caesar will be delighted to meet architects and designers at Architect@Work Stockholm in Stand 21 and reminds visitors of the next editions of the event that it will be taking part in:

 

Architect@Work Kortrijk, April, 27-28 – Stand 70

Architect@Work Marseille, November, 15-16 – Stand 41

Architect@Work Düsseldorf, December 6-7 – Stand 139

 

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