All the material essence of porcelain stoneware made in Caesar travels to Munich Caesar Ceramics, The unique ‘material culture’ that identifies us comes from more than 30 years experience and innovation in the field of high-quality Italian porcelain tile, a guarantee of comprehensive technical know-how.

10 October 2019

Two days of meetings, insights, research and design: on 6 and 7 November Munich will be hosting Architect@Work, a dynamic and consolidated event for architecture and interior design professionals.

Ceramiche Caesar confirms its sophisticated and original vocation for materials with its presence at Booth 60, an important showcase for sharing the quality of porcelain stoneware made in Italy with experts in the sector. Here, two outstanding protagonists are going to be displaying their technical and creative flair to the numerous visitors expected to attend, demonstrating the intensity of material inspirations translated into ceramics: Clash and Relate.


The balance between the instinctive beauty of stone and the high performance of Caesar porcelain stoneware is the expression of Clash which, in five different colours, interprets the natural language of quartzite with different modulations.


Two types of surface define the distinctive feature of Relate, a textured project that embodies the most contemporary trends. With Brush, the ceramic technique reinvents itself and characterises the pure design surface, with brushing processes and mutable textures that lend movement to the product. The aesthetic conveyed by Flame, on the other hand, is sincere texture, with dynamic colours and burns that characterise the series with a bold, design-oriented expression.




Come and see Caesar at A@W-Munich (Germany), at Booth 60 of Messe München.



From our Collection


Age-old quartzite, forged by primeval natural forces, is the inspiration for a new ceramic material. Clash is the ideal product for combining the impulsive beauty of stone with the unparalleled performance of Caesar porcelain stoneware.


RELATE is the translation of a project into material. The collection is the synthesis of a study on the trends of contemporary architecture.