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Built in the 18th century, this castle can be found in Bad Lobenstein, Germany. Formerly used as a palace, this castle is now used as a museum. During the latest renovation, Beeckosil was used. Learn more about this project.
BEECK Renosil Fine was used during the façade restoration of this beautiful and unique dome-style home in Southern California’s Mojave Desert. After 2 coats of Renosil, all repairs were completely hidden and this sustainable natural lime plaster home was restored to its original splendor! Learn more about this project.
This 2.5 story brick home, located in Frederick, Maryland was built in the 1792 and is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally it served as a home for Maryland's first elected Governor, but today is open to the public as part of the Rose Hill Park & Children's Museum. Learn more about this project.
Concrete/Stone Glaze Projects
In the idyllic village of Andermatt in the picturesque Swiss Alps is the Resort Edelweiss. The unique exterior of the building was finished using 3 different colors of BEECK Concrete / Stone Glaze and 2 colors of BEECK Beeckosil. Learn more about this project.