Italian style was first popularized and further developed by architect Charles Barry in the 1830s. The Italian style of Barry has an attractive image with motifs that seem heavy on the buildings of the Italian Renaissance, this concept, sometimes in opposition to Italian semi-rustic villa Nash, who designed the so-called Italian style.
Italian style was not limited to England and was used in various formats, long after the decline of this style after being famous in England, throughout northern Europe and the United Kingdom. In the 1840s Italian style achieved great fame in the United States, where this style was promoted by architect Alexander Jackson Davis. Continue reading “12+ Amazing Italian Style House Architecture Ideas To Inspire You”