Juniper Network headquarter Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in grés porcellanato

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Juniper Network headquarter

Juniper Networks Inc. è una multinazionale americana fondata nel 1996 a Sunnyvale, in California, dedicata allo sviluppo di prodotti e servizi per reti IP.

Juniper Networks Inc. is an American multinational company established in 1996 in Sunnyvale, California that specialises in the development of products and services for IP nets.
The evolution and success of the company, which is quoted on the stock market, have recently seen the renovation of the headquarters in Sunnyvale, a structure that spreads out over a a total area greater than 230,000m² including offices, laboratories and recreational areas.

The style and technological research for the right products to clad the external facades of the structure led to the choice of Caesar porcelain stoneware, that supplied 21,000m² of porcelain stoneware slabs of the E.motions and More collections in sizes 30x120 and 60x120 cm: E.motions, in colour Sandy White, dominates the style of the building that is harmoniously interrupted by the Nylus colour of the More collection, contributing in the creation of an elegant and innovative appeal.
In 2013 the Juniper Network and the RMW Architecture and Interiors studio were awarded the Mention of Honour by Confindustria Ceramica during the Ceramics of Italy Design Competition 2013 at Coverings trade-fair, for the Commercial category.

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