Restoration of the historical interiors of Quinta do Monte (Foz Velha - Porto)
CRERE is restoring the historic interiors of the Quinta do Monte.
The heritage of the current Quinta do Monte, which has been already called Quinta do Romualdo, Quinta da Boavista and Quinta do Monte (Belo), belonged to Couto de S. João Baptista da Foz do Douro, owned by the Benedictine Monastery of Santo Tirso. In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, was the residence of William of Nassau in Porto (William Frederick of Nassau - Orange) that was proclaimed King of the Netherlands in 1815.By this time is sold to Francisco Antonio Maya and then to Baron Flagdate.
Inside conjugates diverse décor, consisting of a diverse and rich artistic heritage, in stucco, masonry, tiles and metalwork. Crere is currently developing the conservation of its artistic interiors, namely:
- Restoration of mural paintings on walls and ceilings
- Restoration of artistic plasterwork on walls and ceilings
- Traditional painting and finishing in timber elements with traditional techniques
- Finishing of floors according to traditional and original methods
Work is undergoing.Artistic Stuccco and plasters / Mural paintings / Gilding and gilding restoration / Stone materials