Endless creations. How many combinations are possible? Thousands of articles and the creativity of the blacksmith and the user make every piece of work unique. Here are some pictures, by way of example, that may suggest creative starting points for the final work.
Euro-Fer wrought iron becomes an essential and integral part in the houses. Besides customising and characterising them, it plays an important, yet often forgotten, role, i.e. that of protecting the environment.
We often discover impressing wrought iron works when we travel around our beautiful Italy and other countries where this product has become popular.
The blacksmith’s creativity and skills can give life to compositions with our articles that enhance the buildings more than any other forms of art. These compositions we call gates, railings, fencing, parapets etc., are none other than architectural installations, where the human soul meets the iron element, bending and arranging it, melding it and beating it, till it gives life to a complete and harmonious work.
Our projects are proposed in the publications called “quaderni” (notebooks), and here below you can find some “abstracts” from them.
To make classification of the different families of wrought iron elements in the “FULL PRODUCTION” notebook easier we have outlined in the notebook the essential styles they refer to, especially the types of manufacturing or component design.
We could define this style as elegant, refined, distinguished, or plain, linear, essential. In other words, classic.
It is the ideal style for a house that could be described with even just one of the above mentioned adjectives.
A city palace, a neoclassical, old or modern villa? Why not?
It’s the style for those who don’t’ fear being judged, because the beauty of the lines proposed is unquestionable.
This is probably the most sober style, which enhances houses, whose details become essential. We could say: it is Euro-Fer style.
Current, timeless, of great impact.
It adapts to the most heterogeneous styles of architecture and rediscovers the harmony of the beloved curl, the real soul of every iron work.
The lines are clean, sinuous and soft at the same time. The “esprit du temps” is in the air.
It’s very difficult to make a mistake when choosing this line because the these works get unanimous consensus, as timeless is the charm they express. This style is perfect both for contemporary residences and older houses, and it makes Euro-Fer panel the right synthesis of the current taste.
It is a joyful union of iron strength and design lightness.
This style evokes joy and happy times.
The architecture of the beginning of the 19th century has been revised and adapted to the current trend. The use of ornamental iron is emphasized, but without making the composition heavier. A bit of liberty style is everywhere from Milan to Paris, London, New York and it can be easily fitted into every context.
Specific attention is paid to details; beautiful gates, stairways, fences and balconies. Everyone choosing this style is looking for harmony and beauty.
Don’t be fooled by the name.
“rustic” means “processed”, i.e. it refers to wrought iron pieces such as hammered and forged iron.
Rediscovering these workings in typical stone land houses, farm houses and little cottages situated in central Italy, or in warm mountain chalets is rather charming.
Iron also creates a warm atmosphere in the house and it breaks the monotony created by austere lines.
Long live the fireplace!
Farms, seaside houses, provincial villas, farms, holiday villages, holiday farm. This is all country but it is also far more.
“Country” refers to everything that helps to rediscover the beauty of outdoor life in contact with nature, without losing sight of the importance and the beauty of man’s work. There aren’t any rules that can limit the use of Euro-Fer products to specific architectural contexts. Rosettes, crowns, lined panels, current trends, shaped bars can all be found in the Country style.
The important thing is to be able to draw on those compositional solutions that value buildings they are destined for thanks to the notebooks. They are an expression of the designer’s talent and a clear example of the never fading beauty of wrought iron.