What is a fabion
Fabion is an architectural element that forms a curved transition between the wall and the ceiling or wall and floor. Its surface is made of plaster, inside it is usually wood, but can be used, for example, also reed. Fabions began to be used in Europe during the Renaissance, but they were used exclusively in chateaus or in sacral buildings. Since the nineteenth century, fabions have been part of the bourgeois houses.