Private residence – London

England - 2013

A typical trait of the stylistic signature of Villi Zanini is to take inspiration for the design of wrought iron decorations from the architectural elements and the context.

For the bridge located in the garden of this London residence, a balustrade with vine leaves in hand-wrought iron with a gold coating was created, in keeping with the natural surroundings.

The design of the structural columns is reminiscent of fishermen’s nets, a clear reference to its water setting, while for the balustrade of the terrace, the client requested floral decorative elements, which we created in the workshop with wrought iron leaves, copper roses and animal decorations.


In addition to giving colour to the decoration, the wrought copper roses, guarantee excellent resistance to atmospheric agents, while the graphite black finish provides all the wrought iron components with protection from the elements.