You can rely on us to plan and execute conservation interventions on museum collections and on open-air works.
Documentation, study, consolidation, cleaning and relaying on new supports of the fragments of painted plaster, marble and stucco.
Documentation, conservation-restoration, and museum display of the nuragic statues, of Monte ‘e Prama (OR), Italy.
Conservation and restoration of the 6th-century wall mosaics
Conservation in situ of tempera wall paintings
Conservation treatment of the bronze, and construction of an internal support for display
Conservation-restoration of mosaics and their application on a new support, organization of two laboratories for restoration of mosaics and frescoes, organization of reserves for the museum
Conservation treatment of objects in bronze, iron, ceramic and stone
Planning, management and implementation of emergency work on the site: consolidation in situ, protection and reburial of the excavated areas
Study, documentation, conservation and final presentation of the statue
Study, documentation, conservation and final presentation of the marble surfaces
Study, documentation, conservation and final presentation of the statues
In situ consolidation, maintenance, preventive conservation
Removal from the site, consolidation & cleaning
Application on a new support, conservation treatments, application on site and final
In situ consolidation, preventive conservation, virtual restoration.
In situ consolidation with lime based techniques, worksite opening to the public
In situ conservation of polychrome mosaics, backfilling, protection and maintenance
Maintenance and preventive conservation
Non destructive analysis, in situ consolidation, protection with contact covering
In situ consolidation with lime based materials and techniques, preventive conservation, maintenance
In situ conservation with lime based materials, preventive conservation