The Brion family tomb is a vast monumental complex, conceived by Carlo Scarpa between 1969 and 1978, year of his death. Built of concrete, wood, glass, metal and plaster, the tomb covers an area of about 2200 square meters.
Despite its short life, the complex was in critical condition, due to the nature of the materials. In collaboration with Leonardo srl, Seres Srl has created a pilot for the conservation of surfaces. The main phases of the pilot worksite have been: a preliminary, progressive analysis, in order to determine the initial characterization and degradation
pathologies of the materials; cleaning and biological disinfestation tests (carried out with ecological products as solutions of essential oils and microarray abrasion with walnut); iron protection; plaster and protection samples.
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