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Parquet en "point de Hongrie" du XVIIème siècle - Atelier Philippe Allemand

Parquet en « point de Hongrie » du XVIIème siècle


Refection parquet

La restauration,

La Fondation de Chambrun nous a commandé la restauration de ce parquet ancien d’une propriété auvergnate. Ce dernier est constitué en partie de « point de Hongrie » en platane, chêne et noyer du XVIIème siècle et d’un autre assemblage à « bâtons rompus » du XIXème siècle.

La réalisation,

En collaboration avec l’architecte Raphaël BRUNY, l’atelier a déposé, restauré et conservé ce très beau parquet afin de lui redonner son aspect originel. Nous avons appliqué une finition ancienne : teinture naturelle à base de terres, application de résine de gomme laque en encollage, finition en cire de Carnauba et cire de gomme laque.