The Caesar porcelain tile collections, thank to its versatility and innovation, have been used in various important projects, even in the most awaited event worldwide, Expo Milano 2015. It is a very important international shop window that will take place in Milan from May 1 to October 31 2015. On this occasion, for six months countries will be able to showcase the very best of their technology, created to meet the ever-increasing needs for healthy food and respect for the environment and the world’s delicate eco-system. The brand of Caesar and the unparalleled style of its porcelain tiles will be there for all to see at the event in three pavilions, in particular in the area where the Eataly restaurants are located.
The partnership with Eataly represents the perfect tie-up between two highly successful companies that share the Made in Italy excellence.
Eataly, the most renowned chain of stores specialised in the distribution and sale of Italian food and wine specialities of top quality artisanal quality, obtained the autonomous management of two entire pavilions dedicated to the bio-diversity of Italian cuisine. Here 84 Italian chefs will be leading, month after month, the kitchens of the 20 regional restaurants that cross all the food traditions in Italy, offering a surprising variety of typical specialities using DOP raw materials.
Perfectly in line with the company's mission aimed at the careful selection of raw materials to offer an excellent quality of final products, Caesar supplied its ceramic solutions for the cladding of floors and walls in Eataly areas at Expo 2015. Three avant-garde collections that will decorate the restaurants. Trace, with an exclusive and precious look recalling tarnished metal and matt cement for an elegant ceramic surface that evokes the majestic architecture of the past. The great sculptural works that marked the history of Italian art are the inspiration behind Anima, the ceramic interpretation of marble in 6 different versions and with 3 surface finishes. The "unique" product for contemporary projects is One, the result of in-depth research on materials and their sensations that led to the merger of porcelain tiles with elements so typical of tradition, such as terracotta and cement.