This high-end, Los Angeles residence, featured NHL and EcoMortar®.
In this extensive private project, all of the original plaster on the main home was removed and replaced with a NHL base coat and EcoMortar® finish coat. For the pizza oven and garage, new structures were built and finished with matching NHL and EcoMortar® plasters.
As noted, some photos are courtesy of MAD architecture.
The Earth Chapel project in the Hollywood Hills of California features 3 coats of NHL and 3 coats of limepaint over a burlap canvas earth bag structure.
All images courtesy Naturalwalls.com
This extensive preservation work on these historical graves has been executed using exclusively Saint Astier® Natural Hydralic Lime mortar and plaster as well as lime paint.
To learn more, please visit: http://pacificislandparks.com/2013/04/11/gravemarker-preservation-at-kalaupapa-national-historical-park/
The Casa Juan de Anza, a National Historic Landmark, was built in 1799. The adobe walls were covered with lime plaster and lime wash, and are being restored to their prime appearance using Saint Astier® Natural Hydraulic Limes.
Photo Credit: Casa Juan de Anza Adobe Courtesy of Zee Geezer, Flickr’s Creative Commons & J G Plastering, Inc.
The Officers’ Club is one of San Francisco’s oldest buildings and was part of the original Spanish Presidio constructed in the late eighteenth century. It is undergoing a comprehensive historic rehabilitation that will return the beloved icon to its former grandeur. Saint Astier® Natural Hydraulic Lime mortars are used for stone setting as well as plastering on the original adobe walls. More information and videos on http://www.presidio.gov/about/Pages/officers-club-rehabilitation.aspx