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.
In Francia, alle porte di Nantes, 56 ettari di area boschiva attraversati dal fiume Cens ospitano il noto e accogliente Golf Club, da più di 40 anni un punto di riferimenti per gli amanti dello sport e per chi desidera trascorrere momenti conviviali o di lavoro in un’atmosfera raffinata e tranquilla.
In France, at the gates of Nantes, 56 hectares of woodlands crossed by the river Cens are the location of the famous and welcoming Golf Club, a haven, for more than 40 years, for sports lovers and for those who wish to spend their free or even business gatherings in a refined and congenial atmosphere. Designed by British architect Frank Pennink, the 18 hole, par 72 course, flows through the scenic, undulating setting that fluctuates between perfectly manicured greens and fairways lines by majestic, age-old trees, in a perfect balance of nature, tradition and creativity. The exclusive and elegant character of the location makes the Golf Club the perfect venue for events or business meetings as it offers large meeting rooms, a marvellous terrace, a refined restaurant and a welcoming reception area. Ceramiche Caesar, known throughout the world as a manufacturing of top quality Made in Italy porcelain tile collections, contributed to the recent renovation of the Gold Club in Nantes with avant-garde ceramic materials covering indoor floors. In-keeping with the natural style that characterises the structure and the location in general, the Life collection in Moro version was chosen. Life is the modern interpretation of natural wood, it evokes its details and veining on a porcelain tile surface, creating an atmosphere of wellbeing in any space. The colour range includes 5 shades that recall different wood essence and available in 4 listel sizes typical of parquet floors. For the Golf Club in Nantes, the two large sizes, 20x120cm and 30x120cm were chosen, ideal for enhancing the spaces without sacrificing aesthetic and technological quality.
“In the face of an infectious disease outbreak, how we protect our workers now clearly dictates how safe our communities are, and how resilient our businesses will be” - this was a statement made a few months ago by Guy Ryder, Director-General of the International Labour Organization (ILO). He went on to add: “It is only by implementing occupational safety and health measures that we can protect the lives of workers, their families and the larger communities, ensure work continuity and economic survival”.Read more