"designed in italy, made in usa": the international range of ceramiche caesar
08 March 2018
New Made in Italy and new Made in the USA collections: with its extensive range of innovative products, Ceramiche Caesar will be taking part in New York Build 2018, the American expo that on March 19 and 20 will be showcasing the latest developments in the field of construction and design. At the River Pavilion, Javits Center in New York, Ceramiche Caesar will be presenting all its new porcelain stoneware products, designed to fulfil the many needs of the most diverse reference markets. Stand 245 will become the showcase for the collections premièred at Cersaie 2017 and created for all those loving the typical Made in Italy style: Built, Autore and the updated Project Evolution Endless range. With Built, concrete steps beyond its main function as building material to become a new ceramic solution for interior design. On the other hand, Italian artisanal tradition is reinterpreted by means of Autore, the collection that allows Venetian terrazzo tile to relive as porcelain stoneware by means of a multi-faceted richness of details, and to become a great new classic for contemporary design. Last but not least, Project Evolution Endless gives shape to one of the latest trends in design and now includes the extra large 160x160 cm and 160x320 cm sizes to multiply the synergy of material, sizes and colours and combine aesthetic appeal to performance and ease of installation. At the expo, Caesar will also be presenting four solutions for ceramics that are “Designed in Italy, Made in USA”: this is the assertion that identifies collections manufactured in the USA but designed in Italy, the result of a company philosophy focused on internationalisation and the best service for customers. Run, Place, Foundry and Ar.t maintain Italian technological know-how and become the ideal answer to the design-related, logistic and commercial needs of the American market. Caesar is looking forward to meeting visitors at Stand 245 of the River Pavilion in New York.