Complex of the Terese – Venice

Former convent built in the mid seventeenth century, restored and used as a university – faculty of architecture – of Venice. The intervention mainly concerned ancient plasters, stone materials and wooden floors. On these last ones we proceeded with the replacement and / or restoration of the damaged parts, structural reinforcement by inserting metal profiles and final protective treatment. Moreover, they have been realized: terrazzo floors in the Venetian style, old-looking marmorino plasters, thematic plants, internal and external electric and thermomechanical plants complete with relative thermal power stations and electric energy transformation booths. All the systems have been designed to be managed and controlled by supervision and remote management systems using hardware and software and data transmission systems using fiber optics. Photometric, radiometric and colorimetric measurement for interiors and exteriors as well as control for the protection of visual hygiene
• 8,000 SQM of lime-based plasters with lime putty finish
• 7,000 square meters of restorative plaster with a marble finish
• 4,000 square meters of Venetian floor
• 4.000 MQ of restoration by treatment of wooden beams with impregnating agent, c
• beeswax oiling and polishing with a warm hand cloth
• MQ of interior fixtures
• average workforce employed about 40 workers assigned to the various tasks