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The project, drafted at the request of the Directorate General of Cultural Heritage of the Community of Madrid, aimed to fully restore this room built and decorated at the end of the 20th century. Among the hall elements, particularly noteworthy features include the tile work designed by Daniel Zuloaga, the leading Spanish ceramicist of the time, also responsible for the ceramic panels conserved on the façades of the School building. The project also encompassed the restoration of the canvas murals, the painted decorations and the hydraulic flooring. The restoration works were carried out between the months of August and November 2017.
Year: 2017 Scope: Project management and execution. Customer: Community of Madrid Location: C/ Ríos Rosas 21 (School of Mining Engineering of Madrid. UPM).
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