How can clouds blend into the sea, to resurface among the rocks and green windswept paths?
A naturalistic and almost surreal context, but a real one when visiting Normandy and its Manche peninsula. Here, dominated by the famous abbey of Mont St-Michel, which appears and disappears with the tide, an arm of green land wedges into the English Channel.
A land both gentle and prickly, which fascinates with its 320 km of coastline alternating between vast white beaches brushed by the wind and romantic paths through rugged, rocky terrain, and a hinterland dominated by the mosaic of vegetation rich in hedges and apple orchards.
A postcard that is sweet yet bitter, which the Normandy Landings fixed in our memory during the World War II and which daily life brings back to its natural contours, between the sudden changes of the oceanic climate and work activities dominated by a predominantly agricultural attitude.
Caesar, in its wide-ranging and versatile design inclination, has made itself the protagonist of a pictorial frame in this area by contributing to the construction of a swimming pool that enhanced a private home in department 50 of Manche.
Nestled in a well-kept garden with exotic vegetation, the swimming pool is an essential element in offering moments of well-being. To underline this naturalistic consistency, Caesar used Vibe, a modern interpretation in porcelain tiles with different but all precious wood essences. It is the contemporary allure of Cinder that characterises this supply, which is respectful of its surroundings and not at all banal.
The careful translation of wood into ceramics brings all the warmth and strength of the natural material to the surface of Vibe, with textures and veins that give the touch the intensity and experience of a never-ending story, and that from the most ancient woods hands down its elegant soul to modern spaces, for exclusive authenticity and personalisation.