Villino "Amor omnia vincit" a Viareggio
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Villino "Amor omnia vincit" in Viareggio

The residence appears to be a ‘document-building’ as on the façade one can read the name of the purchaser (Giovanni Brunetti), the year of construction (1909), the name of the residence and the names of the architects

Viareggio

The building, which spans three floors, has articulated façades which are characterised by different conformations and by the use of different materials such as ceramics for decoration and wrought iron for the balustrade railings.
The small villa exhibits rich decoration on the crowning attic fascia and on the skirt roof frieze, with small cupids and floral festoons alternated with amphorae.
The classically themed tiles are coupled with other stylised sailing boat motifs and geometrically finished borders, in accordance with an iconographic typology which is typical of Chini´s work: themes appertaining to classical tradition tend to be likened to the new style. The Renaissance figures are re-interpreted according to Modernist taste and are translated into a two-dimensional pictorial language.
The villa is private property and cannot be visited inside.
Source: Lucca and its lands / www.luccapro.sns.it

Viareggio
From a small fishing village to one of the most popular seaside destinations in Tuscany, this is the city of CARNEVALE
The sea on one side, the white peaks of the Apuan Alps on the other, who hasn’t seen the classic snap-shot of Viareggio? Stroll along the city center’s charming streets, eat a gelato on the Passeggiata or in the shade of the pine forest, look out to sea on the Darsena or, further out, toward the even more uninhabited beach, the Lecciona, near Torre del Lago; eat fish in one of the typical ...
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