Iko restaurant Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in grés porcellanato

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Iko restaurant

A Sassuolo, in piazza della Libertà, ha inaugurato il ristorante di cucina giapponese Iko . Iko è uno dei più importanti ristoranti giapponesi di Modena, dove Sushiman creano, circondati dagli occhi attenti dei clienti, squisiti piatti da degustare sul momento.

In Sassuolo, Piazza della Libertà, the new Iko Japanese restaurant has recently opened. Iko is one of the most renowned Japanese restaurants in Modena, where expert Sushimen create tasty plates under the watchful eyes of the diners. Following the tremendous success of the Modena restaurant, Iko decided to open a second restaurant in Sassuolo, keeping the same colours, structure and architecture as the original venue . The partner for the supply of ceramic material for indoor floors, kitchen and terrace was Ceramiche Caesar, with the aesthetic and technological quality of the Gate and Roxstones. The gres porcelain collection with minimal and alluring graphics evoking cement, Gate was used to cover the dining area and the bathrooms in Jet Black 60x60 cm, a dark shade that, as well as the easy cleaning and maintenance, creates a pleasant contrast with the furnishing elements of the space. A lighter shade was used to clad the kitchen in Downtown colour in textured 60x60 cm size. The terrace was clad with Roxstones series, perfect for outdoor application, in Silver Gray 60 Soft, the ceramic interpretation of natural quartzite that adds a touch of elegance and personality.

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