Emperador Hotel, Madrid, Spain


In restoring the façades, the volumes lost to jambs, lintels and imposts were recovered with special mortar restoration techniques and fiberglass rods. The damaged balusters, mouldings and ornamental motifs were replaced with new moulds made by our Architectural Reproductions Workshop. The walls were cleaned, waterproofed, painted with silicate paint, and the disintegrated ceramic pieces were replaced, matching the original colours.  On the ground floor, a granulated granite façade was made, while on the mezzanine a coating was applied, imitating the stone over a base of special pigmented resins. All terraces and balconies were lifted and waterproofed, protecting the flights, imposts and cornices with zinc.

KALAM, within the framework of the ICEX Next Program, has received support from ICEX and co-financing from the European Regional Development Fund. The purpose of this support is to contribute to the international development of the company.

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