The functions of the shop are to analyze and restore the building materials used in the construction work done to the Monument over the years.
Plasterwork and tiling upkeep constitute the main priority of the restoration action activities conducted in the Alhambra.
Wooden supports, joists and beams, roof frames, eaves, and ornamentation are characteristic features found in the Alhambra monuments.
The shop focuses on the conservation, maintenance and restoration of the various flower and vegetable gardens, forests and landscape areas in the Alhambra.
The shop is dedicated to the preservation of historic and artistic documents, thus guaranteeing the future use of this heritage.
Essential for the upkeep of the Alhambra, this conservation shop undertakes the analysis and restoration of most of the masonry and building materials used in the construction work done to the Monument over the years.
Frequently it is necessary to work on marble, sandstone and brick pieces, as well as historical-artistic mortar works; however, the activities of the shop mainly focus on preventive conservation.
The conservation and restoration activities of the shop mainly involve the following technique-based operations: