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Tower ruin of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

Tower ruin of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

Mappings of the building materials and their condition as well as restoration reference areas on the tower ruin of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin s an important preliminary step to the planned restoration measures at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in the district…

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David Chipperfield “Sticks and Stones” Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin

David Chipperfield “Sticks and Stones” Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin

RESTAURIERUNG AM OBERBAUM (RAO) commissioned by the “VEREIN DER FREUNDE DER NATIONALGALERIE” managed the installation of the exhibition.

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Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

With the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, the Wagner and Pohl company created one of the most elaborate two-dimensional church mosaics in the world. Since 2010, RAO specialists have been securing, restoring, and conserving the mosaic surfaces, tessera by tessera …

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Pergamon Museum – Collection of the Egyptian Museum in Berlin in the Berlin Pergamon Museum

Pergamon Museum – Collection of the Egyptian Museum in Berlin in the Berlin Pergamon Museum

Within the scope of the ‘master plan’, the ‘Museum Island’ in Berlin is to be repaired and reinstated in the coming years and the Pergamon Museum rehabilitated and technically brought up to date …

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New Museum Berlin – Conservation-Restoration of Ceiling Wallpapers

New Museum Berlin – Conservation-Restoration of Ceiling Wallpapers

Reconstruction and conservation of the Neues Museum Berlin, conservation-restoration of the ceiling and architrave wallpapers from the Mythological Room he original ceiling and architrave wallpapers in the Neues Museum’s Mythological Room arose in 1852 from a design by Richard Lepsius. The images originally depicted the…

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New Museum of Berlin – The Schievelbein Frieze

The Last Days of Pompeii” was created as a three-quarters-cast figural frieze in Hermann Schievelbein’s workshop, brought in with a method for attaching plaster, and completed in 1851. At roughly 65 metres in length, it was the Neues Museum’s largest single artwork.

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The Anatomic Theatre of Carl Gotthard Langhans in Berlin (Germany)

The Anatomic Theatre of Carl Gotthard Langhans in Berlin (Germany)

Planning and supervision of restoration and restitution of Anatomic Theatre’s facade in Berlin The early classicist building of the veterinarian school is one of the most important historic buildings in Berlin. Built as part of the veterinarian school in 1790, the building features an imposing…

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Restoration and reconstruction of the New Museum in Berlin

Restoration and reconstruction of the New Museum in Berlin

The Niobidensaal [Niobe hall] was only slightly damaged during the war and is one of the most completely retained rooms in the Neues Museum, alongside the Vaterländischen Saal [Fatherland hall], Flachkuppel Saal [Flat dome hall] and Roten Saal [Red hall].

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