Banca di Cambiano Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in grés porcellanato

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Banca di Cambiano

La scelta di armonia, stile e colore Downtown in 60x60 cm ha caratterizzato la nuova filiale della Banca di Cambiano a Figline Valdarno , aperta a marzo 2015, mentre il formato 75x75 cm nella versione Greige и stata utilizzata a Firenze in viale Gramsci per la filiale ubicata nella prestigiosa Villa Fagan di fine Ottocento. 

The harmony, style and colour, Downtown shade in 60x60cm, was used for the new branch office of the Banca di Cambiano in Figline Valdarno, opened in March 2015, while Gate in 75x75cm in Greige colour was used to clad the spaces of the bank in Florence, in Viale Gramsci, located in the prestigious Villa Fagan of the late nineteenth century. The Banca di Credito Cooperativo di Cambiano recently celebrated 130 years since its foundation in Cambiano, in the municipality of Castelfiorentino, Florence, a bank that was established by the free initiative of twenty-one citizens and leading figures of the territory. Since then, the bank has always constructed its identity on strong and shared values, a constant commitment towards the local community that has established the bank's solid reputation. This solidity is a core value of the Gate collection and also to the 'culture of the material' of Caesar, that, thanks to constant investments into the research&development of high-tech porcelain tile solutions entirely Made in Italy, is able to guarantee a product with tremendous resistance to stresses, making the collection suitable for application in large commercial spaces.

The tiles used in the project

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