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Adams

Eighteen century neoclassical interiors were directly inspired by new discoveries of the glory that was Greece and the grandeur of Rome and summarized the conception of Rome and summarized the conception of a noble classical world. The first archaeological event of modern times, the discovery and initial excavation of the ancient buried city of Pompeii inspired the slim, straight-lined elegant Pompeian style that almost entirely displaced the curvilinear Rococo. In England the new Pompeian manner was associated with its most artful practitioner, Robert Adam architect and archaeologist. Decorative motifs such as: medallions, urns, vine scrolls, sphinxes and tripods are among the wide vocabulary taken from classical antiquity incorporated with great delicacy into this style.

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1The Italian renaissance Style

1 We 222 consider contemporary all styles developed during the 20th. century as a way to carry on some historical aesthetic in a subtle way, Hence our Haussman-Directory collection reflects a neo-French look. In the same way, our Early 20th Century collection reflects the contemporary crave for federal American simplicity.

Some other contemporary collections like Patagonia take on a more romantic approach into primitive forms. The Spanish wrought iron series tries to bring back Spanish colonial times into todays world searching for a new identity.

Our gothic collection becomes a modern interpretation of gothic architecture. Our stone and crystal collections are some of Fersas contributions to the development of our trade into the 21st. century.

Fersa continues to elaborate new designs along with preserving period styles. Our factory and a professional team of designers present a new collection every year as a continous effort in the development of this ancient trade.

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