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An exclusive "pour le bon viveurs" project, Maison de Bourbon leads the luxury experience as a "modus vivendi" , with the spectacular finishings combining history, aristocracy and royal elegance in an unexpected way from the first step you transpose subtle in the pages of "Inside the Court of Louis XIV, 1671" - EyeWitness to History (2004) "unveiling the interiors of the Golden Age of France.
Located within 100 steps from Floreasca Lake, the building is an architectural masterpiece that instantly and durably fascinates the visitor with its fluid shapes, precious textures and the miniature details of the stuccoes crafted with craftsmanship, designing us in time during the Baroque period, which especially inspired France of the century eighteenth century.
Built in alignment with two other buildings, the building is organically structured in the center of an interior space, being the dominant home where privacy is a defining feature.
The preservation of symmetry and spatial continuity can be seen in the form of perfectly organized interiors, so eclecticism dominates the stylistic expression of the building in which we find stuccoes, antablaments, frontoons, frames, pilasters and bosses, cartoons, in an almost initiatic manner to master architects.
Undoubtedly, the size and elegance of the residence can not be equaled so soon, remaining a standard model for the northern area of the capital, being a notable exception to the local, recognizable and coherent Baroque interpretation.
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