Modern building restoration

The modern building is characterised by the employment of specific techniques and materials which often reveal a correlation between the artisan skills and the more industrial modus operandum. All these characteristics must be analysed and understood to be well-placed to correctly perform interventions, achieving conservation results which are consistent with the original structures, guaranteeing the aesthetic quality and durability of the work carried out. The principal methodologies de facto remain those of preservative restoration but they are sympathetic to the features of these important monuments – often quite different to one another – and characterised by the employment of many different materials (cement composites, terracotta with particular finishes, machine-worked slabs, synthetic pictures,…).