"The unique and exquisite charm of ancient buildings is inspired by the whole of the individual elements and by the care of all details: from the roof to the floor, through the outdoor elements such as terraces and gardens, Those who choose to opt for ancient materials is generally rewarded by a unique and timeless elegance, really waterproof to the passing of fashion.
Ancient floors and terraces in particular are of central interest to all those who are willing to use old materials for recovery in a building. Reuse has countless ecological, economic, aesthetic and performance advantages.
First of all the characterization of the spaces, fundamental especially when looking for a high aesthetic impact as in the context of prestigious buildings or high-end commercial premises. The current architectural trend is, in fact, to focus the restoration or new construction on a structural element of great strength as an ancient terrace.
It is starting from the characterizing element that the entire recovery work will be structured, in a sort of grid of conductive wires that act as glue to the entire building. For a result of true value, however, the recovery phase and the consequent restoration will be fundamental. It will have to be done following some important rules, which include specialized operations aimed at providing perfect materials, both from the artistic point of view and from the functional one.
Terraces then, often scenery of carefree moments and intimacy with family and friends dearest, have a special charm and can be recovered according to absolutely personal projects, which may include the inclusion of fountains, balustrades, colonnades, stone, terracotta, brick or antique wood floors treated in such a way as to resist the weather, and other elements that can uniquely define the style of your terrace."