For this type of commission, Maestro Battini has not only collaborated with interior designers and architects, but has also successfully designed spaces directly together with his clients. He is able to customize each piece of art, buon fresco to fresco effect, simple decoration, or landscape on canvas across a variety of scales. Surfaces are transformed, gaining light, volume and pictoric harmony according to their chosen. One of these styles, for example, can be described as a direct, “true fresco”; a specialized technique of painting that results in a “fresco effect” similar for example, to the decorated ceiling on the photo gallery below. For projects that are constrained by time or physical space, the decoration can be produced at the studio and then applied as a canvas-like “fresco effect” or “tromp l’oeil” effect on the in-situ prepped wall. The Maestro’s artwork can also be directly applied to all kind of wall ( plaster wall, drywall or gypsum board) fiberglass, wood and other kind of surfaces. Whatever type of decoration is commissioned, its production is carefully curated at every stage – from planning to on-site implementation – directly by Maestro Battini, whose artistry and workmanship are guaranteed to endure in their beauty for many years. Particular attention is paid to the work schedule agreed upon with the client with an absolute respect for the project’s deadline. Battini’s skill in this area is long standing: In 2003 he completed decorations using the “fresco effect” in Los Altos Hills, California and later in 2005, in Castiglioncello, Italy. In 2008 - at the Azimut Benetti shipyards – Maestro Battini decorated the master suite and main lobby onboard the super yacht "Xanadu"- shipowner Sir Thomas Stanley. This impressive centerpiece was showcased in Boat International and Yacht Design.