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Interior during conservation, 2014
Completed Project
Budapest, Hungary

Royal Garden Pavilions

The Royal Garden Pavilion was designed by Miklós Ybi, an important nineteenth-century Hungarian architect, and built on the embankment of the Danube River at the foot of Castle Hill.
The new bima of the Etz Hayim Synagogue. The ehal and bima were reconstructed using a 400 year old cedar wood in a style mimicking the neoclassical pediment of the northern courtyard entrance with parallels those found in Izmir, Patras, and Corfiote synagogues of the same era. The synagogue was furnished so that it could again function as a place of regular Jewish worship., 1999
Completed Project
Hania, Greece

Etz Hayim Synagogue

In the seventeenth century, the Jewish community of Hania acquired a vacant Venetian church, the fifteenth-century Church of St. Catherine, and converted the structure into the Kal Kadosh Etz Hayim.
Completed Project
Saint-Emilion, France

Saint-Emilion Monolithic Church

In the eighth century, a Breton monk named Emilion fled to southern France to escape persecution by the Benedictine order and adopted an eremitic existence, living in a cave.
Completed Project
Split, Croatia

Diocletian's Palace

A comprehensive restoration project protected the physical fabric of Emperor Diocletian’s palace, preserving an important example of Roman architecture that shows the breadth of the former empire.
Completed Project

Easter Island (Rapa Nui)—Rano Raraku

Easter Island, one of the world’s most remote inhabited places, 3,700 kilometers off the coast of South America, is home to an extraordinary archaeological heritage that spans over a thousand years.
Orongo - Mata Ngarau, May 2011
Active Project
Easter Island, Chile

Easter Island (Rapa Nui)—Orongo

Easter Island, a special territory of Chile that was annexed in 1888, is most famous for the hundreds moai statues scattered throughout its coastline.
Car of Villaseca elevator (1907), linking Antonio Varas Avenue in the center of Valparaíso to Playa Ancha hill., c1996
Completed Project
Valparaíso, Chile

Elevators of Valparaíso

Restoration of Valparaíso’s historic funiculars jump-started several other conservation projects in the historic seaport.
Completed Project
Chiloé Island, Chile

Chiloé Churches

At least 150 wooden churches once stood on the Chiloé archipelago, a group of islands off the coast of central Chile.
near Shannan, Tibet Autonomous Region, China

Namseling Manor

Namseling Manor is among the rarest and most revealing examples of Tibetan vernacular architecture.
Indus River Delta, Sindh, Pakistan

Tamba Wari

The meandering course of the Indus River in Pakistan brought an end to the life of a richly populated area that centuries ago thrived on maritime trade.