Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
The Michael Jordan Jumpman L.A. building, built in 1928, underwent a complete terra cotta restoration, as well as installation of new, custom fabricated cast stone.
We stripped all non-original paint off of the terra cotta facade, did patching and repair work, and applied faux paint and glaze to blend with the original. The joints between terra cotta units were also repointed.
Cast stone decorative window grills were also custom manufactured to match the original, and an anti-graffiti coating was added to protect the exterior brick and terra cotta.
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