Definition of all'antica in US English:

all'antica

adjective

Art Architecture
  • Designating an artefact or decorative form or style based on a classical model.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Robert Dallington (b. 1561), author and courtier. From Italian all'antica in the style of antiquity from alla + antica, feminine of antico old, ancient.

Pronunciation

all'antica

/ˌalanˈtiːkə/