Brea mall - California Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in gres porcellanato

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Brea mall - California

The Brea Mall built in Brea - California in 1977 hosts 5 of the largest Department Stores with 175 specialised stores, a wellness centre and numerous restaurants. 

Recently the Mall has undergone renovation works involving the entire building and including the renovation of the floors for which 10,000 m² of di Caesar made in Italy porcelain stoneware tiles were chosen.

Concept.s and Tecnolito series covered the spaces of the Californian mall including the Food Court area. The Concept.s series in the warm Jura shade and in size 30x60 cm was used in passageways and in the Food Court and bringing all the charm and character of sedimentary stone with the resistance of porcelain stoneware. The Tecnolito collection in sizes 30x60 and 60x60 and in colours Chokolate and Clay was also used: the veining and shades typical of marble stand out in this ceramic surface that perfectly integrates natural mood and excellent technical performance.

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