Perhaps inspired by the simple aesthetics of his father’s millstones, young Andrea Palladio grew into a stonemason, a sculptor and a renowned architect. His fame blossomed in late Renaissance Italy, but was not to be contained by time or borders. Palladianism spread to all quarters of the world and is still valued as the “quintessence of high Renaissance, calm and harmony.”
Palladio, the man, stood on the five-hundred year old wisdom of the Roman architect Vitruvius. A half millennium later, Palladio Mouldings, the company, continues to embrace those eternal principles and proportions.
The future of interior architecture was moulded in the hands of the past.