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This job was an extensive restoration for the 16th century framework and ceiling of the main room in the Joaquin Peinado Art Museum.
The original woods were highly decomposed and its deterioration was threatening the roof conservation.
The full extensive restoration brought new life to this impressive ceiling and the house known as the Palace of Moctezuma.

Customer:
Unicaja Foundation
Architect:
Mr. Francisco Tello
Year:
2008
Country:
Spain
Project:
Joaquin Peinado Art Museum
Typology:
Roof framework restoration
Development:
Cleaning and restoration
Technique:
Assemble lasso
Woods:
European pine tree
Finishing:
Walnut varnish
Dimensiones:
50 x 13 ft.