Milano bistrot Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in grés porcellanato

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Milano bistrot

Ceramiche Caesar ha fornito il gres porcellanato per la pavimentazione della prima zona ristoro su due livelli che Autogrill ha effettuato all'interno della Nuova Fiera di Milano con il locale Milano Bistrot. 

Ceramiche Caesar supplied porcelain stoneware for the flooring of the first two storey level restaurant area that Autogrill created at the new exhibition centre with Milano Bistrot. The 60x60 cm size of the More Collection in Eclypse colour and natural finish was chosen. The modern and elegant venue represents, for Caesar, an accessible window for all Italian and foreign planners due to its exclusive location at the exhibition centre visited by thousands of people during numerous international events.

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