A long experience that can be seen on the skin of many cities.
In terms of public spaces and impressive urban accomplishments, Casone has had a long series of activities.
An important example is in Trieste, where the company created the spectacular Piazza dell'Unità - a cuboid leaning towards the sea, whose flooring weaves colombino and aurisina stone within a clear and controlled pattern-, then the historic Piazza Verdi - a kind of chessboard, with the main directions of aurisina and backgrounds of colombino - and the bustling Via San Nicolò - a pedestrian walkway behind the system of squares and monumental public spaces of the center of Trieste, also in colombino and aurisina, flamed and bush-hammered respectively.
Casone’s intervention is also significant in Genoa, where the company created the beautiful Piazza de Ferrari - whose round shape is accentuated by repeated rings of colombino with a rough-to-the-touch finish - and also the nineteenth-century Galleria Mazzini and the enormous Piazza Caricamento.
In the decidedly more welcoming Piazza Castello di Castel Rozzone, Casone has followed the intriguing design of Gualtiero Oberti and Attilio Stocchi, creating a cloak of 2900 elements, each unique in design; while in the Milanese capital, the company has a partnership with Grafton Studio for the winning project of Bocconi University.