John Lewis High Wycombe Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in gres porcellanato

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John Lewis High Wycombe

Ad ottobre 2013, John Lewis High Wycombe ha festeggiato l'apertura della nuova sede ristrutturata e ampliata con l'ingresso di nuovi negozi. 

In October 2013, John Lewis High Wycombe celebrated the opening of its new, refurbished and expanded Headquarters, that also comprised the inclusion of additional store space. Ceramiche Caesar added their contribution by the supply of 12,000 m² of full-body porcelain stoneware of the More collection, in Mythos colour in size 60x60cm and in the Aexacta version. Thanks to Aexacta, Caesar's self-fixing floor system, More slabs were installed with a dry-system onto a raised steel structure that allowed for the floor to be immediately walked upon.

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