Outlet Scalo Milano Caesar Ceramics USA, Tiles, slabs and technical solutions

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Outlet Scalo Milano

Located in a strategic position in the Southern suburbs of Milan, the Outlet Scalo City Style is a commercial space that is strongly integrated into the urban territory of Milan. Here, the best of fashion, design, wine and food meet to offer customers a variety of different shopping experiences.

Open seven days a week, the shopping mall is the perfect place for the most famous fashion brands, for refined restaurants and for prestigious furniture showrooms.

The Ceramiche Caesar concrete effect Gate series, in the neutral Downtown colour and 75x75 cm size, has been chosen for the indoor floors of the exclusive Patrizia Pepe boutique, to ensure aesthetic continuity to an internationally renowned brand, appreciated for its class and elegance.

The stone-effect Elapse collection has instead been chosen for the stores of three important brands, namely Gruppo Basic: K-Way, Superga and Robe di Kappa; in particular the dark grey of Cave for the K-way and Robe di Kappa stores and the Mist tone - a pure grey with variegated and intense touches - for the Superga store.
Elapse has been installed to form “straight-forward” or “fish-bone” patterns, which attest to the versatility of the collection and its capability to fulfil any architectural need of architects, designers and professionals.

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