An iconic Terracotta structure in Liverpool Street, Andaz Hotel had its facades entirely cleaned in less than two weeks.


40 Liverpool Street, London EC2M 7QN





Surface area

5,000 sq. m.

Project duration

10 days

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The Victorian building that houses the Andaz Hotel is built on the site of England’s first hospital for the mentally ill – the Bethlehem Royal Hospital, which opened in 1247.

A few centuries after, with neighbours such as one of the country’s busiest railway stations and the frenetic Bishopsgate road,  the 5-star hotel decorated by trendy artists is hermetically sealed from the outside, attracting celebrities from all over the world.

The Andaz beautiful Terracotta facades were cleaned using façade gommage®, not affecting at all the likes of its posh guests, and the lives of thousands of Bishopsgate’s daily passers-by.



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