Introducing Terra Dios by Spanezia
“Art is not what you see, but what you made others see”
— Edgar Degas
 

Under the aegis of “Spanezia” designer finishes, a new line of art work has been introduced by the name of “Terra Dios”. The inspiration for the art work is drawn from “NATURE”, “MOOD’S” “AESTHETICS”, “EMOTIONS” & “SELF VISION”. As the vision for “Terra Dios” is that, great art takes place where nature ends. The tone’s & hue’s set for the said artwork defines intensity of design, the creativity of artisan, the lustre of mid morning dews and brightness of the midnight stars. Each artwork is customized to individual settings, be it the surrounding décor, essence of placement or just be the highlight to the living space. These designs are an amalgamation of the history in combination to the modern contemporary designs, innovating ancient block work, stamping or natural metal leafing patterns to modern day stenciling, mix of mid tones to more earthy tones. “Spanezia”, gives a choice of self-revelation to its connoisseur’s through its “Terra Dios” series.


AQUA VELVA 

The classic ice blue hue to this artwork gives a sense of coolness to the surroundings. The monotony of the color is broken by waves of texture embedding the design element, which is further highlighted by gold leaf pattern. This feature brings in the luxury effect to the walls and surrounding areas.

(See image above)

 

BEE’S KNEE’S

The antique style of wall rendering with stenciling and sampling gives one the impression of footprints. It takes its inspiration from the herd of bees collecting the nectar from flowers which eventually leads to the production of honey. An awe inspiring wall décor for those eyes which seek art in every form of the living aspect.

See image below

 

CHARTREUSE

As breathtaking as the French mountain range, this contemporary art finish is a result of mixed emotions. From timeless plastering & rendering to stenciling & patch working. Mixed colors of nature with different hues and tones to this piece of art accentuate a somber lifestyle.

See image below

 

EL DIABLO

A charade to cover the authenticity of the finish takes its inspiration from the word ‘deception’. This depicts “To show more than required” in true sense. The art décor can be defined as striking yet subtle.

See image below

 

WHITE LADY

A succulent art work defining ancient time works with wavy strokes and mirror gloss like effect. What highlights the ambience with this artwork is the soft touch of silver leaf for making it smoothing and relaxing to look at.

 

 

EPHEMERAL

A showcase of transient times, past…current and the future. An amalgamation of mastery in art deco with the naive attitude of the master artist. Colors and tone selections are on an earthy hue, making this piece of art an eye stopper.

See image below

 

LAST WORD

As the creation self defines its name, the liquid metal on a stony texture brings out the robustness of the area with hue washes of ancient micaceous pigments. It truly is the “Last Word” for wall aesthetics.

See image below.

 

Write in to spanezia2.0@gmail.com for details.

TAGS:

10 tips to Market your Architectural Firm5 Things nobody teaches you during B.Arch9 Steps to Design a Parametric BuildingArchitecture in India- Simplified : 4 Steps to become a Successful Architectbest ceilings designs for commercialbuilding contractorbuilding material supplierbuilding materialsCarpet Construction Stylescarpet stylesCarpetsCCILceiling construction detailsceiling price in IndiaCeramicschoose building materialsCladdingsCoatingsCommercial and Residential SpaceCommercial BuildingCompressed Stabilised Earth Block (CSEB)cons-of-architecture Why Not to Become an Architect?construction businessconstruction materialsconstruction materials onlineCove Ceilingdifferent types of ceiling boardsDo you have to be good at Sketching to be an Architect?Durability of the Building MaterialsDurianeasy to cleanExposed CeilingFlooringFlotexGerm Shield TilesHealthcareHigh Traffic AreasHow to Think like an Architect ?How Waste Management In Construction Can Save You Big Money ?Interior Designing Vs. Architecture as a ProfessionLaminatesLow Pile CarpetLuxury Vinyl TileLVTManagement of an Architectural FirmMaterial Study – Part 1Material Study – Part 2MaterialsMerinonylon carpetPaintsPanelsRedefining Luxury in Hospitalityreduce construction costsSomanySpan FloorsTilestray ceilingstypes of building materialsTypes of Carpettypes of carpet fiberstypes of carpet materialstypes of ceiling designsTypes of Ceilingstypes of materialsUltra-performance Materials That Are Redefining Our Physical EnvironmentVeneersVibrantWhat after I become an Architect?What Does Green Architecture Truly Means ?What is a Concept ?Which Software’s do Architects use?wholesale construction materialsWoodWooden Flooring