Taberna portuguesa Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in grés porcellanato

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Taberna portuguesa

Nella affascinante cornice di Dresda, nel cuore della Sassonia, Trace ha lasciato "traccia" di sé all'interno del nuovo ristorante "Taberna Potuguesa".

In the charming setting of Dresden, in the heart of Saxony, the Trace collection left a "trace" in the new "Taberna Potuguesa" restaurant. In a welcoming atmosphere that combines tradition and modern style, the porcelain tiles of the Trace series were used to cover the ground floor, alternating the 60x60cm Mint and the 30x30cm Mint Deco tiles. The final result was an extremely original effect, where the colour shading revealed by the oxidised effect, the irregular and pleasant to the touch surface of the porcelain tile and the appeal of cement that characterise the Caesar ceramic collection were used in contrast to the warmth of natural wood, for a unique and precious look.

The tiles used in the project

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