The terrace and the facade's walls highlight Villa Argentina's elegance and beauty, expression of the architecture and art of the start of the Twentieth century.
The paving with polygonal red ceramic tiles and the with the balustrade with the planters located on the little pillars receive the guests and offer wonderful view of the garden.
But the true protagonist of the terrace are the colored ceramics which decorate the Villa's facade, making it unique. The majolicas that we can still admire today are the original ones drawn by Galileo Chini and realized at the Chini Furnaces in Borgo San Lorenzo.
On the whole length of the facade there are white and green chessboard motifs, following the example of the Viennese Secession, and depictions of putties and wreaths which revamp the themes of the Florentine fifth century or paintings with floral compositions from the culture of the New-Renaissance, with marked greeting symbols like pomegranates, baskets of fruit and birds enliving the tree of life.
The panels convey, from the art of Klimt, objects like spirals, circles and triangles, recalling the Orientalist culture.