Residenziale gate - torino Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in gres porcellanato

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Residenziale gate - torino

Ceramiche Caesar è stata selezionata per fornire il gres porcellanato per i pavimenti e rivestimenti di un cantiere residenziale di Torino. 

Ceramiche Caesar was selected for the supply of porcelain stoneware floors and walls for a residential building in Turin. The contemporary soul of cement-look porcelain stoneware of the GATE series dressed the floors and walls of the structure with a touch of elegance: for the surface of hall floor the Downtown version in size 75x75 cm was used while the walls of recesses and the fire-place were covered with Gate Breath Mark. The floors and walls of bedrooms and bathrooms were clad with GATE , in the large size 60x120 cm in colours Downtown and Tube with natural and textured mark finish.

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