Private villa Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in gres porcellanato

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Private villa

Caesar ha contribuito alla realizzazione di una villa privata in Slovacchia, una residenza elegante e pregiata che ha trovato nel gres porcellanato di Caesar la migliore soluzione per arredare con gusto le superfici indoor e outdoor.

Caesar contributed to the project of a private villa in Slovakia, an elegant and exclusive mansion which, in Caesar porcelain stoneware, found the best solution to decorate indoor and outdoor surfaces with style. The external area that surrounds the swimming-pool was covered using the Absolute collection in the Beola Bianca colour and in sizes 60x60 and 60x120 cm together with the Stave décor. The indoors was covered with the Feel series, Caesar's collection in porcelain stoneware characterised by directional graphics.

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