30 Jellicoe Caesar Ceramics USA, Tiles, slabs and technical solutions

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30 Jellicoe

A Johannesburg, in Sudafrica, Ceramiche Caesar ha contribuito alla realizzazione di un importante complesso commerciale destinato ad ospitare numerosi uffici pubblici e privati.

In Johannesburg, South Africa, Ceramiche Caesar contributed to the building of an important commercial centre hosting numerous public and private offices. 30 Jellicoe- with reference to the location of the centre - is a structure stretching over a surface of 10,000m² characterised by contemporary architecture elements and using eco-sustainable technology integrated with the surrounding environment and nature. Four collections were used: Supreme, Roxstones, Wabi and E.motions. Supreme, chosen in the Pietra di Valmalenco colour, was used for the office flooring in the multi-size version 30x60 cm - 20x60 cm - 60x60 cm. Bathrooms were exalted by the ceramic interpretation of natural quartzite of the Roxstones collection in Silver Gray and Milky Quartz. Natural appeal and technological performance perfectly merge in E.motions and Wabi, the ceramic interpretations of stone and oak wood, used for the outdoor areas and stairs.

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26 November 2020

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