Luncheon room in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. The Hall is entirely covered with wooden panels with delicate inlays, little more than a meter high, which frame the four glass doors with a design of crowns of flowers, parallel to those in the stucco work along the vault.
Luncheon room in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. The Hall is entirely covered with wooden panels with delicate inlays, little more than a meter high, which frame the four glass doors with a design of crowns of flowers, parallel to those in the stucco work along the vault.
The Prince s bedroom in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy.
The Idol in the price s bedroom in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. A splendid and original piece of glass work made by Vittorio Grassi, a in 1918.
Swans in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. Stained glass work representing two swans.
The Prince s bedroom in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy.
Panel of four pieces of geometric glass decorated with fruit in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. . These follow a design by Umberto Bottazzi. The Casina delle Civette was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Migrating birds in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. Stained glass by Dulio Cambellotti 1918.
Peacocks in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Stained glass in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. Bath room of the guest, lake with swan around 1914.
The balcony of the roses in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. The narrow passage next to the Prince’s bedroom is articulated by a
The room of the swallows in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy.Across a narrow passage with a curious gallery closed by spiraled glass, lies the last room in the house. It was added to the building by Vincenze Fasolo in 1918-19 during the last phase of the enlargement.
The room of the swallows in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy.Across a narrow passage with a curious gallery closed by spiraled glass, lies the last room in the house. It was added to the building by Vincenze Fasolo in 1918-19 during the last phase of the enlargement.
The room of the swallows in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy.Across a narrow passage with a curious gallery closed by spiraled glass, lies the last room in the house. It was added to the building by Vincenze Fasolo in 1918-19 during the last phase of the enlargement.
The room of the swallows in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy.Across a narrow passage with a curious gallery closed by spiraled glass, lies the last room in the house. It was added to the building by Vincenze Fasolo in 1918-19 during the last phase of the enlargement.
The room of the swallows in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy.Across a narrow passage with a curious gallery closed by spiraled glass, lies the last room in the house. It was added to the building by Vincenze Fasolo in 1918-19 during the last phase of the enlargement.
The balcony of the roses in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. The narrow passage next to the Prince’s bedroom is articulated by a sequence of stained glass pieces with a composition of Roses, ribbons and butterflies.
The Room of the Satyrs in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. Its name comes from the series of miniature stucco satyrs which sit around the edge of the eye opening up into the lantern above. There are also three circular windows opening out from the sides of the cupola, which are decorated with stained glass.
The Room of the Satyrs in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. Its name comes from the series of miniature stucco satyrs which sit around the edge of the eye opening up into the lantern above. There are also three circular windows opening out from the sides of the cupola, which are decorated with stained glass.
Migrating birds in the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. Stained glass by Dulio Cambellotti 1918.
view of a Sacred small temple in the park of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. At the end of the 1970s, the Municipality of Rome purchased Villa Torlonia and started restoring the architectural emergencies inside the park. The Park of Villa Torlonia lies on the north boundary covers 13.2 hectares and has a rich and complex past, socially and historically, particularly regarding the development of its landscaped grounds.
The so called Serra Moresca, example of Roman Liberty style in the park of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory. At the end of the 1970s, the Municipality of Rome purchased Villa Torlonia and started restoring the architectural emergencies inside the park including the complex of the Serra and Torre Moresca (Moorish greenhouse and tower), a 19th century masterpiece by architect Giuseppe Jappelli. Lastly, the entire structure was reassembled. A glass artist then applied magnificent colored glass on all of the greenhouse’s windows.
The so called Serra Moresca, example of Roman Liberty style in the park of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory. At the end of the 1970s, the Municipality of Rome purchased Villa Torlonia and started restoring the architectural emergencies inside the park including the complex of the Serra and Torre Moresca (Moorish greenhouse and tower), a 19th century masterpiece by architect Giuseppe Jappelli. Lastly, the entire structure was reassembled. A glass artist then applied magnificent colored glass on all of the greenhouse’s windows.
The so called Serra Moresca, example of Roman Liberty style in the park of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory. At the end of the 1970s, the Municipality of Rome purchased Villa Torlonia and started restoring the architectural emergencies inside the park including the complex of the Serra and Torre Moresca (Moorish greenhouse and tower), a 19th century masterpiece by architect Giuseppe Jappelli. Lastly, the entire structure was reassembled. A glass artist then applied magnificent colored glass on all of the greenhouse’s windows.
view of a park of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. At the end of the 1970s, the Municipality of Rome purchased Villa Torlonia and started restoring the architectural emergencies inside the park. The Park of Villa Torlonia lies on the north boundary covers 13.2 hectares and has a rich and complex past, socially and historically, particularly regarding the development of its landscaped grounds. The landscaped grounds are in the English style.
The Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
The Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
The Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
The Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
The Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
Details of the Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
The Casina delle Civette, example of Roman Liberty style today Museum of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. It was designated as the Museum of Liberty Glass once the building itself had been fully restored to its former glory.
view of a park of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. At the end of the 1970s, the Municipality of Rome purchased Villa Torlonia and started restoring the architectural emergencies inside the park. The Park of Villa Torlonia lies on the north boundary covers 13.2 hectares and has a rich and complex past, socially and historically, particularly regarding the development of its landscaped grounds. The landscaped grounds are in the English style.
view of a park of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. At the end of the 1970s, the Municipality of Rome purchased Villa Torlonia and started restoring the architectural emergencies inside the park. The Park of Villa Torlonia lies on the north boundary covers 13.2 hectares and has a rich and complex past, socially and historically, particularly regarding the development of its landscaped grounds. The landscaped grounds are in the English style.
view of a park of Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. At the end of the 1970s, the Municipality of Rome purchased Villa Torlonia and started restoring the architectural emergencies inside the park. The Park of Villa Torlonia lies on the north boundary covers 13.2 hectares and has a rich and complex past, socially and historically, particularly regarding the development of its landscaped grounds. The landscaped grounds are in the English style.
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