Venetian Vibes
Creative Home|December 2017 - January 2018

Vasari Malaysia presents a natural alternative to paint - with the nearlimitless possibilities of expression and exquisite effects in Venetian plaster.

Kevin Eichenberger

Composed of finely crushed marble, aged lime, and natural pigments, Venetian wall plaster has been used to sculpt the exterior and interiors of buildings throughout Europe for centuries. The fine details on walls plastered in antiquity can often still be seen today, their timeless quality being the likely reason people still associate architectural features of the Italian Renaissance with the epitome of luxury. “Though Venetian plasters have been used for years and proven for their beauty and longevity in Europe, it is still uncommon here in Malaysia,” said Jack Lee, the general manager of Vasari Malaysia - the sole distributor of the world’s premier Venetian plaster.

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