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markets as the ideal solution for indoor and outdoor flooring and cladding.


The new Hike and Clash collections, which are the result of a contemporary interpretation of woods and the world of quartzite respectively, will be presented for the first time in Europe during the show. Alongside these will be products launched during Cersaie 2018, namely Core, Relate and Be More. Another focal point will be the Project Evolution range of large slabs that offers specifics solutions for total look projects, cladding walls, floors and furnishing finishes.


CERAMICHE CAESAR Urban Lab Showroom, 17/18 Great


Sutton Street, EC1V 0DP


This year, Ceramiche Caesar is taking to the floor at the Urban Lab showroom, which in the five years since it opened has become a meeting place for sector professionals.


From 21 to 23 May, during the Cut Out


PRO-TEK The Old Trading House,


Northburgh Street, EC1V 0AL


PRO-TEK is opening its new Clerkenwell showroom in May, to coincide with Clerkenwell Design Week. The new showroom - at The Old Trading House, Northburgh Street - will provide a specification hub for the new PRO-TEK WPC engineered vinyl flooring range.


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will also feature complementary office furniture designs from PRO-TEK’s partner, BURONOMIC.


Each of the new PRO-TEK WPC award- winning designs will be featured at the new showroom, which will form part of CDW 2019. Throughout the new range, 40 authentic natural-effects are divided into five distinct collections; wood-effects are included within the Excel, Essential, Distressed and Excel Long Plank Collections and the fifth range - Excel Tile - includes slate, travertine and marble-effects. The collections present a brand-new and highly versatile flooring option to the UK specification sector, suitable for


for Design! event organised by Urban Lab for the Clerkenwell Design Week, the advantages that make porcelain tiles the ideal material for the very latest contemporary design solutions will take centre stage. Its outstanding performance in terms of resistance, combined with its aesthetic prestige, has ensured that Caesar ceramic projects are a success on international


The new products will be echoed by a number of special events for Urban Lab visitors, the schedule featuring a range of musical and gastronomic initiatives to ensure an experience that promotes the advantages of the ceramic material without forgetting the convivial spirit that characterises this London district.


Each day, from 5 pm to 7.30 pm, Urban Lab will become the setting for live street circus performances with daily shows that highlight a particular product plus. On Wednesday 23, from 7 pm, the showroom will host an exclusive cocktail party dedicated to the Clerkenwell community.


www.caesar.it


residential and commercial settings, including bathrooms, basements and over underfloor heating.


Throughout the range, all PRO-TEK WPC floors feature a robust engineered construction, with a LVT surface finish, an integral jointed waterproof core and acoustic underlay. Benefits include a fast, glueless installation with reduced


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floor preparation; acoustic impact sound performance up to 24db, a phthalate-free construction and all materials used are 100% recyclable.


Other featured brands at the new Clerkenwell showroom will include OB&B contemporary furniture, Applelec lighting and desk electrical company, ABL.


www.pro-tek-flooring.com


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