Nicholas II’s Moorish restroom at Alexandrovsky Palace
Best Implemented Project of Temporary or Permanent Museum Exposition
About the project
Ceramic finishing of the Moorish restroom once used by the last Russian tsar was restored in accordance with the few shatters discovered under the floors of the palace. Unfortunately, none of the wooden elements survived. ArtKorpus restored caisson oak and maple ceilings, a laced wooden partition, doors, window panes, and other wooden decorations, as well as ceramic tiling for the walls, the pool, the fireplace, the bathroom, and brass elements for the fireplace.
Pushkin, St. Petersburg, Russia
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