King Shaka international airport Caesar Ceramics USA, Tiles, slabs and technical solutions

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King Shaka international airport

King Shaka International Airport Opened in May 2010, the new King Shaka International Airport is the main airport in Durban, South Africa, an important interchange built to offer a broader services and a higher efficiency compared to previous airport structure. Ceramiche Caesar took part in the building of this airport providing 40,000mІ of porcelain stoneware to cover, with style and functionality, the vertical and horizontal walls of the area. One Caesar's best selling collections, More, was chosen for the airport, the series was appreciated for its minimal look able to personalise small and large-scale projects of contemporary architecture for residential and contract destinations.

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