A History of Italian Style

When it comes to Italy, the first image that comes to mind is a country with a rich history of art and architecture. Italy leads the world in creating trends design, worthy of the title “trendsetter.” This southern European country creates brands such as Gucci, Prada, Versace, Armani, Fiat, Vespa, Lamborghini, Ferrari.

Architecture wise, works such as the Roman Colosseum and ancient churches in Milan and Sicily have been recognized as UNESCO heritage sites. By the 15th century, Italy was the cradle of the Renaissance, a period that lasted for 200 years. This period saw the creations of high quality and sublimity. Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Raphael, Botticelli, the master craftsmen of Italy, have incorporated science and art into their works in which the aesthetics and logic of the proportions are emphasized. Today, Mona Lisa, David, The Last Meal, The School of Athens, Our Lady Madonna, The Birth of Venus, etc. are still highly appreciated and preserved by audiences and critics for their proper structure, beauty and enduring values.

When World War II ended, a small town in northern Italy, Marostica, saw the birth of a brand called VIMAR. From humble beginnings, after 75 years, VIMAR has grown to become Italy’s No. 1 smart home and world famous electrical appliances supplier.

Cathedral of Monreale Italy