Cast Stone and Stucco Veneer Patching for Huntington Library Museum

San Marino, Los Angeles County, 
California, USA

The Huntington Museum and Library was originally the primary residence of Henry Huntington, builder of L.A.’s Red Line trolley system. The house later became the focal point gallery in the extended display and botannical spaces of the Huntington Library and Gardens. Cast stone and stucco patching and repairs to the historic facade of the Huntington Gallery were performed using proprietary repair mortars and rendering compounds. We then used the same repair mortar to coat all cast stone elements on the building, as well as water repellant, in order to provide a uniform appearance.

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