The restoration works included consolidation, all structural revisions – both general and targeted – insulation and waterproofing the wooden roof. Where necessary, action was taken with the technique of the sewing-un-sewing of degraded blocs of tufa rock and pointing the joints. The exterior facades were scraped and grouting was applied to recessed joints, followed by painting with lime milk to which natural pigments had been added.
Ultimately, in order to make the building accessible, the following materials were used:
Interpreting the natural vocation of the rooms, small interventions were made to best address all necessary needs and functional standards, especially with regard to accessibility.
Where necessary, the artificial ventilation was carried out through a ventilation system at a flow rate ensuring air changes. Natural lighting is guaranteed by the presence of an adequate number of windows and doors. Artificial lighting is realised through an artificial lighting system placed on the vaults and the perimeter walls.