As a brand stemming from the illustrious heritage of Italian design, we at Kreoo wanted to give you all a look into our home. Italy is a beautiful place, filled with history and gorgeous architecture. It’s a top destination for luxury travelers and design aficionados everywhere.
So here is everything you have got to see when you’re in Italy!
Verona is a world renowned destination for luxury travelers. It’s known as the city of love. Here you can see Juliet’s balcony where, according to Shakespeare’s tragedy, Juliet gave her famous speech to her dear Romeo.
Nearby in Piazza delle Erbe, the heart Verona, you will find vibrant nightlife. For daytime entertainment, it boasts the beautiful Arena di Verona.
As Rome’s third largest amphitheater, this architectural masterpiece hosts many events, cultural activities and entertainment.
While you’re there, why not make a stop in the surrounding villages overlooking the charming Lake Garda?
After a mere 40 minute drive, you’ll come to a marvelous place – Sirimione on Lake Garda. A true medieval gem, Sirimione is located on the south end of the lake, perched on the tip of a beautiful peninsula. The narrow, weaving roads have limited traffic access, which makes you feel like you’ve stepped into a simpler time.
Sirimione offers an array of options for the historically-minded or architectural travelers. The original villas are definitely a “must-see”. As for other entertainment, the town has charming cafés, elegant boutiques and a number of incredible restaurants. You’ll definitely want to stay for lunch at the Ristorante Pace. The food is to die for, and the view is even better!
Ah Vicenza, our home town!
Vicenza Italy is where Danilo Farinon began Decormarmi over 50 years ago, and where Kreoo was born. Today it is still where every marble design by Kreoo is brought to life.
When you are here, we would love for you to visit! It’s a pleasure to show fellow design lovers how our practical art is formed from a block of stone. Give us a call or email us at (www.kreoo.com)! We can’t wait to see you!
For many, Vicenza is the most important site of an entire Italian adventure. It is the homeof the 16th century architect Andrea Palladio (1502-1580). Palladian architecture is a major part of this little town’s history; near and dear to the hearts of its people. In a time where the people were ruled by a domineering Venetian government, freedom in art was their revolution. Classicism appeared in opposition to traditional Venetian Gothic style.
Take for instance these gorgeous sites:
The Villa Rotonda
The Church of Santa Corona
The Palazzo Leoni Montanari
And the Villa Valmarana ai Nani,
As we close our tour of Italy’s majestic sights, we hope these images inspire you to make your own journey and experience the breathtaking masterpieces of Italian architecture. We promise it will be well worth the trip.