02.05.23 - Design

From innovation to inspiration, looking for inventiveness

Thanks for visiting us during Milano Design Week 2023.

The sensations, intuition, and ideas of those who choose Cesar are what guide our constant pursuit of aesthetic design solutions which stand out for their exclusivity and functionality.

We would like to express our gratitude to the numerous design enthusiasts who graced us with their presence during the 2023 Fuorisalone, appreciating our latest products and the multitude of ideas that were sparked by the tangible essence of colour, seamlessly woven through all our creations.

Throughout the week there was clear interest in our collections and in the installation consisting of 4 mini-islands, each with different features and functions, in the Lab store. While each island was praised for its originality, it was undoubtedly the PVD stainless steel finish and the Tangram bistro station that elicited the most curiosity.

The Lab area was also very popular among visitors who enthusiastically dedicated themselves to creating personal mood boards. These were subsequently shared on Cesar’s social media pages, highlighting unique combinations and original visions.

Only by touching the materials, comparing colours and innovative finishes, and experiencing the compositions first hand, is it possible to fully appreciate the work of those at Cesar who strive for excellence every day.

The store was renovated for the occasion, welcoming and showcasing the models that were presented during Eurocucina 2022.

In the front window a version of the Tangram island with a Groove door in Bianco structured lacquer and a worktop in Bianco Apuano engineering stone, which is paired with talll units with recessed doors, equipped with Dressup line and with Bianco Apuano engineering stone shelf covers, worktop, and backsplash. The suspended glass columns with internal Comb system complete the composition.

The N_Elle island stands out thanks to its prestigious Breccia Imperiale marble finish, which is echoed in the Dressup backsplash. The design continues with The 50's wall-mounted tall units and the Hide&Seek system with closed and exposed columns for storage, both in the Castagno Toscano finish.

The 50’s two-sided system in Arenaria textured lacquer and with vertical supports in Arenaria silk lacquer divides the two kitchen environments.

Two different versions of Maxima 2.2 with the Dressup system are on display: one featuring doors with a Piasentina Sabbia melamine finish; the other with a stainless-steel island, Veneziano Bruno unicolour cabinet doors and worktop, and columns with a Frassino Nero melamine finish.