This emblematic building, icon of the Belle Époque, was closed due to the damages suffered in the 2010 earthquake. The building was severely affected by cornice detachments and arch collapses. In the intervention, we have given priority to structural stabilization, incorporating new anchors to the cornice, strengthening the arches, filling cracks and fastening decorative elements, including the beautiful Italian maiolica ceramics on the facades. Our team of craftsmen has worked throughout the whole job to repair original detached ceramic and plaster fragments and to replicate others that were definitely lost. The original color scheme of the facades has been recovered, after a detailed paint analysis study of the superimposed paint layers; together with the exterior marble work of the base, the glazing and framing of the greenhouse, the entrance pergola and other unique elements. In addition to the main building, the company has intervened in other annex units, such as the administration building or the service building.