The pergola seems to have been a Latin invention. The word pergula itself is Latin and means a terrace covered with a structure garnished with creepers, which was common in the old Roman domus. All of this makes the Italians heirs of this tradition and responsible for its improvement. That's exactly what the Pircher company, which specializes in wooden structures, did, presenting us with a set of proposals that are truly striking...
There is a structure for every taste and function, from protecting balconies to covering parking lots, but the most interesting are the independent sets that are made to be placed in a terrace or in a garden. They usually have shades made out of wood or fabric and a wide range of furniture made out of wood, with elegant shapes that invite rest and laziness.
All of these solutions are presented in Pircher's website, with appealing images and elegant design. It's worth the visit and, who knows, maybe you'll find something to order.
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