stucco marble

stucco marble

An imitation marble (faux marbre) made of stucco; occasionally used in European church architecture of the Baroque period (17th and 18th centuries). Various colors of stucco were allowed to run together when wet so as to achieve a desired visual effect.
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Major component of the work is the conservation editing existing stucco marble surfaces in the Apollo Hall.
Services mainly include restoration of the stucco marble surfaces
Under the proposed general repairs to the entire building complex of the State Opera, opera consisting of buildings, Intendanz- and storage building to give the protected subject of the services to be performed this assignment unit Main component of this assignment unit is the restoration and completion of the stucco marble surfaces in the proscenium, the facade-like area in front of the stage.
Contract award: new palace, restoration of the ceiling between marble and grotto hall, stucco marble.
In the areas of the stucco marble optically fall out secondary supplements are taken and plant technology faithfully adds new.