This Los Angeles area residence features traditional three-coat Saint Astier® Natural Hydraulic Lime plaster.
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 Buena Vista Winery in Sonoma, California has won two preservation awards for its extensive restoration work. In 2013, the winery was awarded the California Preservation Design Award for “Craftsmanship/Preservation Technology.” In 2016, the Sonoma League for Historic Preservation honored the Buena Vista Winery for the preservation of significant historical structures on its property.
Saint Astier® Natural Hydraulic Lime was used in the extensive project that included repointing joints, repairing wall cracks, removing mortar and re-grouting the outer walls.
For more information on the Buena Vista Winery restoration in Sonoma, California, please visit http://www.buenavistawinery.com/2012-renovations
This Sonoma County residence features Saint Astier® natural hydraulic lime on a strawbale structure.