Gran Vía 80, Madrid, Spain

    Complete restoration of the stucco and brick facades of this magnificent building located at the confluence of Gran Vía and Plaza de España. All brick surfaces were repointed along with selective replacement of deteriorated pieces, in addition to the application of waterproofing treatments. The roofing

Plaza de la Independencia 5, Madrid, Spain

    The work completed on this building, located on Independence Square, consisted of the restoration of the main and rear facades and the interior courtyards. The original stuccos were recovered and a paint analysis with mockup samples was provided to the ownership; water tables, cornices, ornaments

6, Rue Marechal Joffre, Versailles, France

  This residential building is located on the edge of the Park of Versailles which, along with the Palace, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. The work done by Kalam’s artisans consists of the recovery of the main street facades and the

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,

Thomas House, Barcelona, Spain

  Restoration of the rear facade of the Thomas House, by the great Modernisme architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, located in the Eixample District. The traditional lime stucco coatings were chipped, repaired and redone; recreating the faux block surface coursing, before applying a silicate glazing to

Santa Ana 21, Barcelona, Spain

  The facade of this beautiful building, hidden in the Ciutat Vella District, was restored. It is worth noting the reconstruction of the Modernisme floral ornamentation, that along with the ornate wrought iron elements and artistic railings, that contribute to the recovery of Barcelona’s historic center.

Ronda de San Antoni 70, Barcelona, Spain

  The main facade of this beautiful Catalan modernism landmark building from 1900, located on the Eixample District designed by Cerdà, was restored. The scope of work accomplished included: sandblasting, reproducing original sgraffito stuccos, treating stone balcony slabs, fabricating new Modernisme railings that were eliminated in

Paseo de Gracia 110, Barcelona, Spain

  Zurich Insurance Company awarded us the restoration of its building, among other reasons, because we have our own means for the reproduction of decorative elements that they wanted to safeguard. The restoration consisted of partial demolition of deteriorated areas, installation of fiberglass rods reinforced with

Ortigosa, 10. Barcelona

  Adjacent to the Palau de la Música, we find these four onestorery industrial buildings with the gabled roofs of the modernista style. In this building the façade, previously stripped, was restored, stripping unoriginal latex paint. The traditional lime stucco was recuperated and ornamental elements, eliminated in earlier

Rambla 140, Barcelona, Spain

  At number 140, of the emblematic Rambla in Barcelona, where our office is located, we carried out the restoration of the main facade. It is worth noting the reconstruction of balcony slabs, the repair of ornamental elements, the restoration of stucco surfaces, railings and cornices.

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