Trento Cathedral is among the most important religious monuments in northern Italy. It is a Romanesque-Gothic factory with stylistic contributions of a high standard. Over the centuries the monument has been enriched with additional important artistic testimonies such as the precious Alberti Chapel, a treasure trove of marble, stucco, and frescoes. The restoration began in cooperation with the contractor CESA and involved the exterior stone surfaces, a pilot intervention to the interior stone surfaces, and the intervention to the decorative surfaces of the interior of the Alberti Chapel. All interventions were divided into three distinct phases and were supported by the scientific coordination of Dr. Giovanna Alessandrini.
Work subcontracted by C.E.S.A. Ltd.