Liberty decoration

During the first decades of the 20th century, the Art Nouveau or Liberty style spread in Italy, with the use of a harmonious, threadlike sign with floral figures and shells, which was taken up in all artistic forms, from sculpture to painting and architecture.

Unfortunately, only the Liberty-style architectural structure remained of this house and there were no traces of the original decoration, which had been lost over the years and repainted, and not enough documentation could be found to recreate it. So the owners, in love with the Art Nouveau motif, wanted to bring it back to their home.

Thanks to the cooperation of the painting company Ruffo Maverik, we recreated this new guise.





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