The Art Nouveau Pearl in Riga Has Been Restored

The restoration and renewal works of the facades on the side of Alberta and Strelnieku streets of the multi-storey apartment building in Art Nouveau in Riga, 13 Alberta Street, were carried out in the time period from March to November 2018. Originally it was built in 1904 according to the design of the famous construction …

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V. Uzarins Gets “Grand Prize of Construction Industry”

5 September 2016, President of Latvia Raimonds Vejonis (Raimonds Vējonis) presented the Grand Prize of the construction industry to the member of the board of AS “Būvuzņēmums Restaurators” Valdis Uzarins (Valdis Uzariņš) for the lifelong contribution in the area of ​​restoration. Presentation of the “Grand Prize of the Construction Industry” (“Būvindustrijas lielā balva”) is organized …

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Gūta atzinība valsts lielākajā gada būvniecības skatē

Ar prieku informējam, ka 17. martā tika sumināti skates „Gada labākā būve Latvijā 2015” laureāti, starp kuriem bija arī AS „Būvuzņēmums Restaurators”. Uzņēmums īpašu atzinību saņēma par Tetera nama (bijušās „Stūra mājas”) fasādes un krāsojuma atjaunošanu, kas tika veikta laika periodā no 2015. gada augusta līdz decembrim. Par uzvarētāju nominācijā „Restaurācija” tika pasludināta Rīgas pils …

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Restoration of Hunting Tower in Remte

In the early 19 century a politician of the Duchy of Courland and Zemgale Karl Johann Friedrich von Medem (1762-1827) built a castle and began to create a picturesque park area of ​​26 hectares in the village Remte, which is located about 40 km from the town of Tukums (near the lake Remtes). In subsequent …

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Restoration of the “Splendid Palace” Cinema Grand Hall

Historical cinema “Splendid Palace” in Riga, 61 Elizabetes Street, was the first detached building intended exclusively for the needs of the cinema. The cinema was opened on December 30, 1923, and there were 824 seats for spectators in it. The building itself, impressive with its Neo-Baroque facade, surprises with the variety of Neo-Baroque forms in …

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