Architectural restoration or preservation includes any building-related feature vital to the overall effect of an architectural space. Examples consist of practical building elements - like doors, window frames, rails, moldings, beams, or elevators - to aesthetic additions, for example: built-in sculpture, benches, or specific finishes. Preservation protects these building additions and, subsequently, contributes to the overall longevity and aesthetic of the building itself.
Architectural spaces require and demand the same level of historical accuracy and attention to detail as fine art or furniture. Along with an in-house team specifically skilled in treatment of architectural elements, Bernacki & Associates works with architects, builders, preservation groups, and interior designers for the most comprehensive results possible. Prior project range comprise of simple veneered wall panels to elaborately gilded high-light plaster relief.