Caesar Design Film Award (CDFA), the reward we set up as part of the International Ennesimo Film Festival, with the aim of promoting the synergy between cinema and design, ended on the 5th of September.
A taste of the Orient in the centre of Florence: Fulin, the deluxe Chinese restaurant within a stone’s throw from Piazza della Signoria.
In this location, the flavours of the thousand-year old Chinese tradition, skilfully blended to guide guests along a journey to discover the historical and cultural heritage of China, combine with an extremely elegant, welcoming and modern environment, where hospitality and care for detail are the key words.
Made in Italy style steps into a typically oriental atmosphere thanks to the wide selection of Italian wine to accompany the excellent cuisine, but also to Caesar porcelain stoneware tiles, chosen to ensure aesthetic continuity and a high technical performance.
In particular, the Elapse stone-effect collection proved to be idea for the dining room floors and for the bathroom and staircase walls.
In its burnished Oyster colour and square 60x60 cm size, this collection inspired by Nature offers the floors an indescribable concept of eternity, which is in perfect harmony with the thousand-year old history of Chinese culture.
The walls of the staircase giving access to the upper floor are made dynamic by means of the 20x120 cm size of the Scrape decoration. The surfaces of this decoration are characterised by discontinuous patterns and minute artistic scratches.
The simplicity of the Groove decoration, in its light Neutral colour and 60x60 cm size, defines the bathroom walls, where alternating visual effects and eclectic patterns are the expression of the refined complexity of the design.
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