COMPLETION DATE: 2018—2020
The Palace of the Cracow Bishops in Kielce is one of the best-preserved original early-baroque palaces in Poland. Established in the first half of the 17th century on the cathedral hill in Kielce, it was a residence erected on the initiative of the Grand Chancellor of the Crown and the Bishop of Cracow, Jakuba Zadzik. Currently, the palace is the seat of the National Museum in Kielce.
Most of the plasters needed cleaning and refilling, and some needed replacing as well. We have re-executed the cornices, which have been painted together with the facade. The roof also required repair work – we have partially replaced the covering of both the palace roof and the tower with copper sheets, along with the replacement of the formwork. All electrical installations, illumination lighting systems and lightning protection systems have been modernized.
All the works have caused that the Palace of the Cracow Bishops in Kielce has regained its appearance from the past. It is worth seeing how it looks today.
We put our heart in stone.