The Facade in Riga, 61 Caka Street, Has Been Renewed

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Different works were performed in the process of renewal of the facade of the building (which is located in Riga, 61 Caka Street), built in the eclectic style. There is a number of positions worth mentioning among these, the main of which is undoubtedly the restoration of historical decorative elements, because some of them were …

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The Facade in Riga, 36a Skolas Street, is Completed

Facade of the building in Riga, 36a Skolas Street, after restoration (2017). Works performed by AS ”Būvuzņēmums Restaurators”.

Facade renewal and restoration works were carried out in 2017 in the Art Nouveau building, built in 1900 and located in Riga, 36a Skolas Street. These were entrusted to the enterprise AS “Būvuzņēmums Restaurators”. The following works were performed in the apartment building erected in 1900, within five months: renewal of the damaged facade plaster …

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Restoration of the Facade in Riga, 8 Cesu Street

House in Riga, 8 Cesu Street, After the Facade Restoration, Carried Out by AS “Būvuzņēmums Restaurators” in 2016 (2016).

The building of Riga municipality in 8 Cesu Street, was originally designed as a tenement house. Its construction was completed in 1910. However, during more than 100 years of its history, it served different masters and was used for various purposes, and at one point even the Riga 9th Evening (shift) Secondary School was located …

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Facade Repair in Riga, 6 Antonijas Street

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Facade repair of the building of the current Court Administration in Riga, 6 Antonijas Street, was completed in October 2014. Works on the site were made by AS “Būvuzņēmums Restaurators” by the order of the state joint-stock company “Tiesu namu aģentūra” and in accordance with the project of the architect Kristine Grava. Built in 1889 …

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Restoration of the “Splendid Palace” Cinema Grand Hall

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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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