Built in the heart of the Caliphate of Cordoba and reconquered in the 12th century, Cuenca has an unusually well-preserved historical centre with influences of a wide variety of styles and cultures. The famous hanging houses, suspended from sheer cliffs overlooking the Huecar River, are part of its architectural heritage; which, together with the spectacular countryside that surrounds the city, contribute to the characteristic image of the enclave.
Kalam worked on the restoration of the roofs, facades and interiors of the Cathedral in Cuenca, the first Gothic cathedral in Spain. Due to its characteristic location, it was necessary to develop important logistics and auxiliary means to be able to access its roof and ambulatory. Our master plasterers and restorers contributed with their experience to the conservation of the plasterwork, to recover the original interior finishes of this magnificent cathedral.