Where preventive conservation concerns all matters to protect cultural heritage without working on the object, remedial conservation and restoration involves all treatments and actions on the object itself. 

All treatments have to done in accordance with the ethical code for conservator-restorers accepted by all major professional conservation bodies. They imply respect for the historical context of the object, minimal intervention, maximum respect for the original materials, reversibility and use of good quality new materials.


This is what we do:

As fully trained conservator-restorer for paper and books, accredited by PACR in England, we accept conservation and restoration work from libraries, archives, museums and all other cultural heritage for conservation and restoration in our workshop.

Items involved include paper, documents, printed graphic art, drawings, maps and atlases, parchment, manuscripts, printed books and bookbindings.

"Remedial Conservation of an IATO-atlas"