Reconstruction of spa colonnade of Luhačovice

The reconstruction of the spa colonnade of Luhačovice, is exceptional in many respects. After careless construction work in the past, many elements had almost disappeared. Through sensitive interventions, it was possible to preserve and restore the original elements of the successful functionalist building by the important Czech architect Oskar Poříska. 
The colonnade is an architecturally and urbanistically significant ensemble of buildings, declared a cultural monument of the Czech Republic and nominated for inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Luhačovice Colonnade consists of three buildings - the Great Colonnade, the Small Colonnade and the Vincentka Hall, where the most famous Luhačovice spring of the same name originates. 
Facade in original color scheme

The Vincentka Hall in Luhačovice underwent a comprehensive reconstruction. The facade was extensively repaired, including 100 m2 of new windows in the facade and carefully restored 12 stained glass windows. 
In cooperation with the investor and the Municipal Office for the Preservation of Historical Monuments, Cemix 2799 Brizolite natural was chosen and colored in two customized shades. Thus, the facade was restored to its original color from the time of the buildings' construction.
In accordance with the original design, Brizolit was used, scraping out the aggregate of the applied plaster, creating an exciting surface with depressions.
Now the facade of the colonnade, Vincentka Hall, shines in traditional beige, the same color as more than 70 years ago.