What is Stucco Veneziano?
Translated from the Italian, Stucco Veneziano means “Venetian stucco” and falls within the group of stucco work under plaster work, in other words the covering of interior and exterior wall surfaces and ceilings.
Stucco Veneziano is a lime plaster from Italy, which can be pressed or compacted in several layers to a shiny to high-gloss surface. This plastering process bears the name lime pressing technique.
Depending on the ambience, many earth and iron oxide colours can now be used to achieve a wide variety of colour shades. Click here to buy colour pigments.
For which walls is Stucco Veneziano suitable?
Stucco Veneziano can be used on almost all indoor and outdoor surfaces. Classic areas of application are:
- Living rooms
- external walls
What does Stucco Veneziano look like on the wall?
The walls can achieve the following properties with this lime plaster:
- Smooth mirror surfaces
- Polished to a high gloss
- Depending on the final treatment with wax or soap, the degree of gloss can be determined
- Looks like real, polished marble
What are the advantages of Stucco Veneziano?
- Walls get noble, modern style
- Provides a favourable room climate
- Lasts for decades (little renovation necessary)
- Binds smells
- Degrades pollutants in the air
- Prevents mold growth
- Promotes healthy sleep
What consumption is to be expected?
With three layers approx. 1200 grams/m². If Stucco Marmorino is used for the first layer, the consumption is approx. 500 grams/m². The consumption can also be higher, depending on processing and subsoil!
How do I use Stucco Veneziano correctly?
We have written detailed manuals and important data material for the application of Stucco Veneziano for you. In addition, there are important instructions for the use of Marmorino, Venetian soap, Punic wax, beeswax balsam with carnauba wax and our adhesive primers.
Click here to go to the manuals.