Project Description

Restoration of an accommodation structure in San Pellegrino Terme (Bergamo)

Built on the banks of the Brembo River, Grand Hotel San Pellegrino Terme is an acclaimed and impressive example of Italian Art Nouveau style. Inaugurated in 1905 by Queen Margherita of Savoy, the splendor of its opulent interiors, stucco, friezes, and complex metalwork and statuary had largely faded with the passage of time. Consolidation and restoration works under the protective restrictions of the Superintendency have now brought it back to its former glory with compliance with modern seismic and fire prevention regulations and the latest systems engineering technology and infrastructure.

Location: San Pellegrino Terme (BG)
Building function: Accommodation structure – restoration
Client: City of San Pellegrino (BG)


Contract value: 14.0 million euros
Completion: 2021
Highlights: 18,200 sq m total surface area, of which 2,800 underground; specialized restoration of antique works made by the best craftsmen of their times: ornate suspended ceilings, wall paintings and stucco, natural stone elements, wood paneling and textiles, brass, copper and glass light fixtures, original billiard table.