Complesso culturale biguglia-corsica Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in gres porcellanato

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Complesso culturale biguglia-corsica

Affacciata in una delle aree naturali più sorprendenti della Corsica, a Sud di Bastia, Biguglia è un comune francese noto per l’omonimo Stagno che, con i suoi 1450 ettari di estensione e 11 km di lunghezza, rappresenta il più vasto lago dell’Isola. Centro popolato da poco più di 7.000 abitanti, Biguglia ha di recente inaugurato un moderno Centro Culturale che si propone quale punto di incontro e di scambio tra i diversi interessi dei cittadini. 

Looking out onto one of the most stunning natural areas of Corsica, south of Bastia, Biguglia is a French village famous for its lake that, with an area of 1450 hectares and length of 11km, is the largest lake on the island. A town with a population of 7,000, Biguglia has recently inaugurated a modern Cultural Centre that is a meeting point for the residents. For the building structure, created in line with contemporary architecture trends that range from irregular geometries in the outdoors and large areas in the indoors, Caesar supplied the ceramic materials for indoor floors, that is to say entirely Made in Italy porcelain tiles of the best aesthetic and technical quality. The More collection was chosen for the project, one of the most popular ceramic series by Caesar, loved for its capacity to combine colour and ceramics with cutting-edge minimal style. Chosen on the neutral Iridum shade and in sizes 60x60 cm and 60x120cm, the collection is the perfect choice to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in areas subject to high footfall.

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