Villa Fiori a Bagni di Lucca

Villa Fiori in Bagni di Lucca

The present aspect of Villa Fiori is the work of the engineer Paolinelli, who worked on the restructuring of the building between 1916 and 1917

Bagni di Lucca

Its structure is an example of eclectic taste, present in 20th century construction. The spreading of industrialisation had reduced necessary building costs. New techniques and materials were used on buildings which were, at the same time, inspired by different significant moments in the history of architecture. It would seem as though they were trying to bring together in the new building, all the beautiful and important architectural accomplishments achieved over the course of time. In villa Fiori you will find a range of Neo Romanesque to Neo Gothic openings alongside each other as well as references to neo-classic forms. A Loggia surmounts the lateral avant-corp of the edifice. The floors of the building are scanned with cornices. The main element to the garden’s architectural structure is its relationship with the stream, which marks the park’s borders where it bends.
From the curious statues of bathers, the number of exotic plants, the imitation medieval towers, it can be clearly seen that the garden was created as a place for relaxation and fantastic evasion in time and space.
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Bagni di Lucca
An elegant health spa that is famous all over Europe
The hot spring waters of Bagni di Lucca, which probably date back to Roman times, became famous as early as the twelfth century in the days of the Countess Matilde di Canossa. Bagni di Lucca went on to become one of the most important health spas in Europe, constituting an elite spot for European tourism long before popular Mediterranean beach resorts took over the limelight from this corner ...