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Cantina Firriato Hospitality - Sicily

The word "firriato", typical of the western Sicilian countryside, indicates the cultivated area closest to the farmhouse, reserved for the most highly prized crops, especially wine. And it is precisely in the countryside, along the ancient roads so evocative of the agrarian nobility of long ago, that history of Cantina Firriato is rooted.

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As an ambassador of these traditions, the Firriato Hospitality in Cavanera Etna expresses the soul and customs of its region in a resort equipped with the most modern conveniences. Nesting between the vineyards on the lower slopes of Etna, 600 m above sea level, the guest house is favourably located between the historic towns of Castiglione di Sicilia and Randazzo. An exclusive setting for a relaxing break immersed in unspoiled nature - this is the Canavera Resort, as it hosts its guests in an atmosphere of extraordinary beauty.

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And it is precisely the need to develop the theme of "natural" in the widest sense that has led it to partner with Caesar for its furnishing requirements. The historic culture of the material characteristic of the Fiorano Modenese ceramic company has developed, in the more than 30 years since its foundation, via a process of constant innovation of its products, into an outstanding exponent of the Made in Italy brand, both in terms of style and technically, with close attention to the environment and sustainable policies.

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A number of the indoors and outdoors areas of the Firriato Hospitality in Cavanera Etna have been tiled in a contemporary style with Trace, the porcelain stoneware collection inspired by the great works of the past, the look and colours of which it recreates by combining the colour of burnished metal with the matt textures of cement. This fusion of history and contemporaneity was the perfect answer to the Resort's requirements, with the colour Bronze giving new vigour to the setting. In the 60x60 cm size for floors and walls, both indoors and outdoors, Trace Bronze offers an innovative vision of design, while leaving intact all the passion and intensity of its artisanal origins.

The tiles used in the project

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