The world is a stage and that provided by the Clerkenwell Design Week clearly confirmed how the British public loves the ceramic ideas and solutions of Ceramiche Caesar. This year's festival, dedicated to the latest trends in interior design and architecture, is the third edition in a row that the company has taken part in. Ceramiche Caesar, based in Fiorano Modenese, was delighted with the results of the three-day event during which Urban Lab - the company's showroom at 17/18 Great Sutton Street – opened its doors to a large number of architects, journalists, designers and students. From 22nd to 24th May, the Urban Lab showroom became a meeting point for sector professionals intent on learning more about a dynamic company that always keeps pace with the latest design trends. By combining innovation in the field of ceramic manufacturing with a clear vocation for fashion, technology and art, Ceramiche Caesar offered to visitors a rich programme of cutting-edge design and original entertainment. The programme's underlying theme was the history of Ceramiche Caesar, now celebrating its thirtieth anniversary; the Clerkenwell Design Week provided the perfect opportunity for the company to tell its story through the iconic products, styles and fashions that have marked its progress to the present day. Presentations of the latest Evood and Arthis collections, original expressions of Caesar's ability to elevate the working of precious woods to an art form, and of the Built and Autore collections, two of the most celebrated solutions at Cersaie 2017, were followed by events linking past and future in a contemporary key. These included three live street-dance performances by the B-Boy group 'Raincrew' who brought to life the last three decades with performances to the soundtrack of hit songs from each period.
In der Great Sutton Street, mitten im Londoner Stadtteil Clerkenwell, einem wahren Hub für Architekturbüros und pulsierendem Zentrum für die kreative Forschung in aller Welt, bietet das Caesar Urban Lab eine Anlaufstelle für Planer und Verfasser von Lastenheften, die daran interessiert sind, das Potenzial des Feinsteinzeugs für ihre Projekte zu nutzen.