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

Location

40 Liverpool Street, London EC2M 7QN

Listing

n/a

Substrate

Terracotta

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 now 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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