Maison & Travaux - Summer 2017
In its latest issue, Maison & Travaux magazine highlights a three-hundred-year-old farmhouse in the Alpes Maritimes. This astonishing building now houses bed & breakfast accommodation. To preserve its authenticity, it has been renovated using traditional materials, including Lime Marius Aurenti. Some old coatings were preserved thanks to MA's filler. A real success!
Marius Aurenti waxed limes and concretes. Most of the house's masonry walls have been rendered or re-plastered using lime-based preparations from Marius Aurenti. These renders let the walls breathe, helping to regulate humidity and improve air quality. The Marius Aurenti brand offers three types of lime render and a 38-shade color chart. For further information: www.mariusaurenti.com
Old coatings preserved
In one of the bedrooms, the old plaster appeared so beautiful that Sydney and Karin wanted to keep it as it was. To protect it, they simply covered it with a Marius Aurenti pore filler, a transparent, colorless, satin-finish film with excellent resistance to water and dirt. Bouche-Pores n° 5 Marius Aurenti,1 litre/31 € approx., for approx. 10m2."