Freely inspired by: Palazzo Pisani a Santo Stefano, Venice. The earth tones stand out on a dark background, for bold interiors with a strong character.
Freely inspired by: Palazzo Ducale, Mantua Precious contrasting accent colors on a bright background will bring freshness to every interior.
Freely inspired by Palazzo Reale, Naples Brightness and elegance are the main characteristics of this “shade-on-shade” material. Ideally used alone, try it for creative combinations.
Freely inspired by: Case Mazzanti, Verona A memory of Renaissance Verona: the facades of many palaces were frescoed in bright colors and Verona was called urbs picta, the painted city.
Freely inspired by: Ca’ Foscari o Palazzo Foscari, Venice. This contemporary surface gives back the warm tones of the beautiful palace facing the Grand Canal.
Freely inspired by: Palazzo Farnese, Rome The cold tones of this material reflect both the severity and genius of the 16th century Italian renaissance architecture.
Libera ispirazione: Palazzo Maffei, Verona The fine grits and the precious shades are inspired at the beautiful decorations of Palazzo Maffei in Piazza delle Erbe, Verona.
Libera ispirazione: Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara One of the most famous buildings in Ferrara and one of the landmarks of the Italian Renaissance has inspired this breathtaking neutral material.
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