At coverings 2015 the new look of caesar porcelain tiles 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.

07 April 2015
Orlando, USA | April 2015. From 14 April to 17 April in Orlando-USA, at the Orange County Convention Center, the latest edition of Coverings, the most important North American exhibition for interior finishing, will take place. A not-to-be-missed event for architects, designers and professionals in the sector, Coverings offers one of the richest overviews of innovative ceramics and natural stones, giving interesting hints and creative solutions to today’s building industry. Trace, Anima and Tale will be the protagonists on the Caesar stand, at Booth 4839, where, once again, the charm and quality of 100% Made in Italy porcelain tiles will be underlined. For the first time ever we will see, with the Tale collection, a candid reinterpretation of the cultural heritage and decorative potential of Travertine marble, the creation of porcelain surfaces with a traditional taste, the age-old effect typical of classic style materials characterised by noble elegance. Solid, strong and elegant, Trace takes inspiration from the majestic architectures of the past and reinterprets them in porcelain tiles with a unique and precious look and with features that recall the look of tarnished metal and matt cement. Anima evokes the masterpieces of Italian sculpture and puts 6 marble-like surfaces in 3 finishes at the disposal of planners, to transform spaces with the exclusive and sought-after style of top quality porcelain ceramics. Ceramiche Caesar awaits architects, designers and planners at Booth 4839 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando-USA. Discover all the opportunities offered by COVERINGS HERE Click HERE to get your free e-ticket for COVERINGS COVERINGS Orange County Convention Center, Orlando-USA 14 - 17 April 2015 Booth 4839