This is the ethos of the new edition of FutureScape, which will be taking place at Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher on 14th November. Delegates, including architects and designers, will be engaged in a day of live debates and seminars dedicated to the world of design, sustainability and landscape.
Ceramiche Caesar will be attending (Stand 40) where the focus will be on the brand’s 20mm thick Aextra20 monolithic slabs. Aextra20 is the ideal choice for outdoor environments and street furnishing thanks to the exceptional resistance of porcelain stoneware, the variety of attractive finishes, and the wide range of colours and trim pieces.
The range of sizes has been expanded to include 1,200 by 1,200mm and 400 by 1,200mm, with new wood-effect nuances, which means that Aextra20 now offers specifiers seven sizes designed specifically to cater for the most diverse needs of the market. Caesar will also be showing more colours for the popular 750 by 750mm size, which now includes the grey tones of Yard and Sidewalk from the innovative Built collection, which was presented for the first time at Cersaie 2017.
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