Caesar and Urban Lab supporting National Health Service UK 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.

Caesar and Urban Lab supporting National Health Service UK

04 June 2020

Human and professional values have always played a central role at Caesar and, together with a vocation for material, are a guiding light for the company's work, thoughts and actions.


This commitment also manifests itself in support for the community, where support and cooperation become an essential key to tackling complicated times like now.


This is precisely why Ceramiche Caesar has resolved to use Urban Lab, its London-based showroom, to support the National Health Service and all professionals involved in the fight against Covid-19, by organising a fund raising campaign. All funds raised by the “NHS Charities Together” campaign will fund subsidies to help NHS charity organisations, supporting NHS staff, volunteers and patients. Funds will also be used to forge partnerships to provide long-term life and mental healthcare support to staff and their families.


Caesar Urban Lab will offer free dance lessons on Thursday 4th June to support and promote the campaign: lessons will be streamed live, combining fun and social engagement. In collaboration with the dance school NG Dance Connective, the session will be visible on the social media channels of Ceramiche Caesar and on the Zoom platform.




To see the lesson: visit the IGTV Channel on Caesar Instagram account

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Caesar Urban Lab - London

Located on Great Sutton Street in the heart of the Clerkenwell district, a real hub for architectural study and a centre for global creative research, the Caesar Urban Lab positions itself as a point of reference for designers and material selection experts who are interested in developing the potential of porcelain tile in their projects.

Caesar Urban Lab London