Venice (VE), Italy
TIM Telecom Italia Spa
2018 - ongoing
Amount of works
The restoration project involved the monastery annexed to the Romanesque-Gothic church of S. Salvador in Venice. The structure, subjected to an impressive intervention in 1500 that transformed it into the complex that can be seen today, was transformed into a barracks in 1800, and from the early 1900s was used by the state telephone company. The last work on the property, dating back to the second half of the 1980s, was carried out by TIM, a company that is still using the property today.
The work carried out involved the making the roof safe, the restoration of the frescoed surfaces that had been deteriorating, the restoration of the wooden windows and stone elements, as well as the restoration of the facades. From a structural point of view, there was an evaluation of the suitability of the building for static stresses.