Portraits wins Archiproducts Design Awards 2023 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.

22 November 2023

In addition to the prestigious award in the "Finishes" category, the Caesar Collection also received the "Sustainability Award".

Celebrating design excellence from around the world. This is the spirit that has being animating the Archiproducts Design Awards for eight editions now, the prizes promoted by Archiproducts that gather the protagonists of the design world every year to trace the state-of-the-art of the international creative arena.


In this framework, Caesar's Portraits porcelain stoneware collection won the Archiproducts Design Awards 2023 in the "Finishes" category, dedicated to floor and wall solutions. But there’s more to it. The ceramic series inspired by seven different natural stones also received the Sustainability Award, given to products that minimise polluting emissions and environmental impact - during their entire life cycle -, following circular economy logics.

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Portraits is a collection of surfaces that tell stories. Stories of people, places, world identities that come to life through spaces, environments, objects and are modernised in contemporary everyday life. The ceramic material becomes a trace, a continuous evocation of multiple and changing landscapes, memories and suggestions. A heterogeneous and eclectic collection, able to freely interweave with the most varied styles and materials. Portraits comes in seven colours and in ten different sizes, and offers designers and planners a complete range of design, aesthetic and compositional solutions for any type of environment, also thanks to the presence in the range of four different thicknesses, so that it can be applied both indoors and outdoors.

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A heterogeneous and multidisciplinary panel of forty of the most influential names in global creativity chose the winners by evaluating the nominated products according to their personal vision of design. Each of them was an interpreter of contemporary signals, in terms of both aesthetics and content, rewarding the ability to define or anticipate contexts of use, and to bring to fruition the best synthesis of research and creative process.

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