Ceramiche Caesar invests in your creativity and puts the latest trends at your disposal to create your very own personal architectural project. Be part of our Cross Design Contest 2017 and win the opportunity to see your project come true inside the new Caesar Gallery at our head office in Fiorano Modenese!





Ceramiche Caesar invests in your creativity and puts the latest trends at your disposal to create your very own personal architectural project. Be part of our Cross Design Contest 2017 and win the opportunity to see your project come true inside the new Caesar Gallery at our head office in Fiorano Modenese!




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1

Study the architectural and Interior Design trends identified in Cross Design 2016/2017 magazine



2

Create your very own liberal interpretation of the trend in a design project for a loft  using Ceramiche Caesar tile collections



3

Win a prize of up to €5,000 and see your plan come into fruition inside the new Caesar Gallery in Fiorano Modenese

Register, choose one of the Cross Design inspiration trends, design your project, upload it…
and that’s about it!

RULES




Study the architectural and Interior Design trends identified in Cross Design 2016/2017 magazine
Create your very own liberal interpretation of the trend in a design project for a loft  using Ceramiche Caesar tile collections
Win a prize of up to €5,000 and see your plan come into fruition inside the new Caesar Gallery in Fiorano Modenese




















3.000€

+ display of the design during the opening of the New Caesar Gallery
+ attendance at the opening and other events linked to Caesar and Cersaie 2017
(travel, board and lodging organized and paid for by Caesar)








5.000€

+ display of the design during the opening of the New Caesar Gallery
+ creating setting in the New Caesar Gallery
+ publication of an interview with the selected designer in a leading international trade journal
+ attendance at the opening and other events linked to Caesar and Cersaie 2017
(travel, board and lodging organized and paid for by Caesar)








2.000€

+ display of the design during the opening of the New Caesar Gallery
+ attendance at the opening and other events linked to Caesar and Cersaie 2017
(travel, board and lodging organized and paid for by Caesar)




The Cross Design Contest Community Partner Archiproducts will offer an additional reward for the design that was most appreciated by the jury, between the five projects that will collect more “likes” on contest.caesar.it.
Register, choose one of the Cross Design inspiration trends, design your project, upload it… and that’s about it!
RULES
Find out who will make up the technical jury that will evaluate the entries and read the biographies of the design professionals involved.
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The designers of the plans deemed to be the best will win a sum of money, will have their projects showcased and will gain international visibility.
REWARDS












Register, you will be sent the textures of the latest porcelain stoneware collections by Ceramiche Caesar and the plan and the brief of the project and start designing your place in the Caesar Gallery!

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Register, you will be sent the textures of the latest porcelain stoneware collections by Ceramiche Caesar and the plan and the brief of the project and start designing your place in the Caesar Gallery!
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REVERB


The future returns to the past. Contemporary aesthetics are influenced by stylistic reflections coming from the past. The Seventies and the style of Northern European countries contribute to define the trend.

PEACEFUL


The complexity of minimalism. Ethereal and subtle atmospheres define the trend. The minimal appearance is only an illusion, like a veil that covers, reached through a complex design project.

RISE


The rise of imperfection. The distance between industrial products and the work of craftsmen becomes smaller. The cooperation between two different schools of thought increases.

REVERB


The future returns to the past. Contemporary aesthetics are influenced by stylistic reflections coming from the past. The Seventies and the style of Northern European countries contribute to define the trend.
PEACEFUL


The complexity of minimalism. Ethereal and subtle atmospheres define the trend. The minimal appearance is only an illusion, like a veil that covers, reached through a complex design project.
RISE


The rise of imperfection. The distance between industrial products and the work of craftsmen becomes smaller. The cooperation between two different schools of thought increases.
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