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This ceiling is a restoration job inside the project to build the Picasso Museum in the city of Malaga, which was leaded by the laureate American architect Mr. Richard Gluckman.
The original ceilings were already part of the 16th century palace and they needed some framework restructure, the replacement of the wood pieces, modern wires installation, and treatments against time and aging.
This particular pictures belong to the exhibition “Room V” of the museum which shows a more simple Spanish mudejar style.

Customer:
Andalusia Cultural Council
Architect:
Richard Gluckman Associates
Year:
2003
Country:
Spain
Project:
Wood ceilings restoration
Typology:
Art Museum
Development:
Exhibition Room V
Technique:
Interlaced joist and panels
Woods:
USA old pine
Finishing:
Walnut varnish & wax
Dimensiones:
23 x 17 ft.