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Milan Airport Malpensa - Terminal 2

First in Italy for the transport of goods and second for number of passengers, the Milano - Malpensa Airport has always been the crossroads of some of the most frequented international routes. It is also the location of the headquarters of some of the most important international airline companies.

Amongst others, Ceramiche Caesar has contributed to tiling some areas of the airport, in particular Terminal 2, used on an exclusive basis for the flights of the low-cost company EasyJet, for which Malpensa is the leading base in Italy and the second in Europe, with 58 destinations reached every day.

Three series of the Caesar Contract Solutions have been chosen. Caesar Contract Solutions includes collections especially designed to fulfil the needs of large-scale projects by combining a simple and essential approach with the values of Caesar's culture of material.

Space, in the 20-mm thick version and Smoke colour, characterises the floors of the outdoor area, whilst Maison - the series that captures the elegance of Burgundy stone, in its Blanc colour and  30x60 cm size – becomes the ideal solution for the ventilated façade of the structure, and a tool for a dry multi-layer tiling system fulfilling stringent energy consumption parameters and offering a renowned architectural prestige.

For the indoor spaces of the building, Ceramiche Caesar has supplied the Classique collection for the floors, in the 60x60 cm size and Milk colour, and the Milk and Noisette colours for the horizontal and vertical walls of the bathrooms, which instead feature the 30x60 cm size.

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