Vila Maria Pia
The rehabilitation of this eclectic Chalet is ongoing. Designed by architects Rosendo Carvalheira and Luís d’Ávila, built in the 19th century, the following construction / decorative techniques are among its elements of heritage interest: stonework; carpentry; functional and decorative exterior plasters; decorative painting; decorative plaster; metallic structures; hydraulic mosaic and pargeting surfaces. Conservação ao Quadrado has rolled up its sleeves and is making this project happen.
Padre António Vieira Panel
An emergency intervention was completed on the tile panel in honor of Father António Vieira, in Lisbon. The panel was in the process of being detached and was raised for treatment of the support, cleaning and laying. Ceramics and Glass Conservation restoration Methodologies Mural Projects Rehabilitation Stone materials
Tiles Panel by Master Ceramist Relvas
Another intervention has been completed. This time the lifting, conservation, restoration and conditioning of a 1994, manually produced tile panel, by the Master Ceramist José David Esteves (Relvas). The tile panel represents kids playing activities and belonged to the facade of a daycare center. This work was commissioned by the Municipality of Coruche.
Stolen Lord’s Pattern – Stone Materials
This week the intervention for the conservation and restoration of stone elements in the pattern of Senhor Roubado at Odivelas was concluded. This second phase of intervention complemented the settlement of the replica of the Standard, dignifying its framing and ensuring that the set will remain in function for many more years.
Eduardo Nery’s Tiles Panel
We’ve entered the final phase of the conservation and restoration intervention of the exuberant tile panel by Eduardo Nery, which appears on the facade of the Pharmacy Museum building. Very soon it will be possible to revisit it in its immense golden splendor.