Camplus bononia Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in gres porcellanato

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Camplus bononia

Ceramiche Caesar ha partecipato alla fornitura di pavimenti e rivestimenti in gres porcellanato per lo Studentato Ceur della fondazione Falciola, presso il Camplus Bononia a Bologna.

Ceramiche Caesar took part in the project for the Ceur Student Hall of Fondazione Falciola at the Camplus Bononia in Bologna. The work, headed by Studio Gad Bologna, involved the renovation of the already existing building and the building of a new area. With a total surface of 7,000m² covered with porcelain stoneware, the More collection was chosen to create ventilated facades with visible anchoring device while the D-sign series was used to clad the floors and walls of bedrooms, bathrooms and shared areas.

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