Quadrature was born in the 90s with the philosophy of a professional ethic that refers to a distant era, where manual skills, knowledge of materials and established techniques of decorators and artists were the starting point of every new experimentation.

Every corner of our laboratory and showroom is a discovery, where sketches of frescoes with glimpses of ancient villages hide wooden blades painted with stencils, where decorated doors, painted carpets, antique decorated papers, frames, scagliola spheres, painted hemp fabrics and antiques sit next to each other to inspire and amaze.

A decoration, hand painted papers and furnishings by Quadrature Interiors
Layout mockup of furnishings by Quadrature Interiors

The name Quadrature has a demanding legacy to which we do not want to give up: the technique of quadrature had in fact been used by Michelangelo when, working at the Sistina Chapel, he used the dusks he designed and prepared following sequences placed in succession within the frames. Despite not daring to compare us to the great Master's pictorial talent, Quadrature wants to be tied to the knowledge of the precious techniques of the past. Our in-depth study of them has allowed us to publish seven RCS published books and to re-elaborate in a contemporary key the infinite all-Italian artistic knowledge.

The name Quadrature has a demanding legacy to which we do not want to give up: the technique of quadrature had in fact been used by Michelangelo when, working at the Sistina Chapel, he used the dusks he designed and prepared following sequences placed in succession within the frames. Despite not daring to compare us to the great Master's pictorial talent, Quadrature wants to be tied to the knowledge of the precious techniques of the past. Our in-depth study of them has allowed us to publish seven RCS published books and to re-elaborate in a contemporary key the infinite all-Italian artistic knowledge.

Layout mockup of furnishings with writing desk by Quadrature Interiors
Layout mockup of furnishings with writing desk by Quadrature Interiors
Hand painted golden fabric by Quadrature Interiors

From the imitation of the fresco, to the simple veiling, stripes, embossed decoration in pastiglia and use of the gold, silver or copper leaf, passing to the leather of Cordoba, the rosettes painted in papier-paint, evergreen pylons, arriving to the lost Pompeian style gardens.

A work that is not limited to the relationship with the walls but arrives at the fabric and the object of value, because harmony and character are two necessary ingredients for successful homes.