Architectural Conservation


We undertake conservation on-site on a range of architectural elements including buildings, monuments, murals, painted walls and surfaces, plasterwork, timberwork, stone and marble surfaces and much more.

The process of undertaking architectural conservation work includes:

  • Detailed condition reporting and treatment assessment
  • Development of treatment plan (including treatment option testing, risk assessment and management)
  • Provision of advice regarding ongoing architectural element care
  • Provision of documentation (condition reports, treatment assessments, treatment reports)

Examples:

Architectural Gallery

  • Architectural conservation site 01 during treatment

    Architectural conservation site 01 during treatment

  • Architectural conservation site 01 after treatment

    Architectural conservation site 01 after treatment

    Removal of overpaint, surface clean, infill, inpaint.

  • Architectural conservation site 02

    Architectural conservation site 02

    During treatment
  • Architectural conservation site 02 during treatment

    Architectural conservation site 02 during treatment

    Cleaning of marble surfaces.

About Us

RSM Art Conservation is the oldest private conservation service provider in Australia, having been founded in Sydney (New South Wales) in 1971.  At that time, the company consisted of two full time staff members, working on the conservation of a variety of objects and a range of projects. RSM Art Conservation relocated to Queensland in 1986, establishing dedicated conservation studios in Mapleton (on the Queensland Sunshine Coast) and in the Brisbane metropolitan area.

Contact Us

Bowen Hills Studio
Phone: 61 7 3257 7884

Unit 2, 100 Campbell Street,
Via Walden Lane
Bowen Hills, 4006

info@rsmconserve.com.au

Mapleton Studio
Phone: 61 7 5445 7298

PO Box 75,  College Road
Mapleton, 4560

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