A farmhouse ,San Casciano dei Bagni .A renovation project of a farmhouse by the Architect Einaudi

A farmhouse ,San Casciano dei Bagni .A renovation project of a farmhouse by the Architect Einaudi

Architects , Great Estate Network Apr 28, 2015 No Comments

The work carried out by ‘The Art of Restoration’ company dates back to the early 2000s. It was a complete demolition of the original building and subsequent rebuilding.

“It was a great challenge,” says the owner of ‘The Art of Restoration’, “with meticulous work which gave us great satisfaction.”

Special features of this property were its Oak beamed ceilings. Each beam was more than 10 metres in length with a 45cm cross section. The external plaster was made with the aid of “jute” to create an aged effect.

Below is a short interview with the owners of the farmhouse.

Can you tell us how the company carried out its restoration of your farmhouse?

It was restored on the basis of a draft plan drawn up by the Architect Einaudi. Actually it’s fair to say that it was not a renovation but a proper rebuilding project given that the existing ruin was completely demolished.

How did you hear about the company and why did you choose them?

We requested a number of quotes and the one we received from “The Art of Restoration” was better both technically and financially.

How long did it take?

I don’t remember exactly, but I would say a couple of years.

Were you satisfied with the work carried out by the company?

Absolutely, the company demonstrated professionalism and excellent technical ability in completing the work. They were also careful to preserve the building’s historical identity as well as its location.

I would certainly recommend the company to anyone who was about to embark on a restoration or rebuilding project.

Owner: Antonio Armellini
Casale, San Casciano dei Bagni – SI

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