Cloister of Palazzo di San Felice



Restorations and conservative renewal of the Cloister of Palazzo di San Felice


Concise account of work carried out

The restoration will focus on the cloister built between the 15th and 16th centuries. The aim is to remove the ribs and reinforce the colonnade, according to the Superintendency for Architectural and Artistic Heritage, other than to work on the roofs to restore the continuity of the mantle and on the loggia and vaults. Activities, therefore, take place on the ground floor and first floor of the cloister, removing the architectural barriers and making the seven classrooms overlooking the cloister accessible to all. Finally, a careful and delicate restoration work will concern the walls that still contain traces of frescoes, with the recovery also of the decorative apparatus of the vaults on the ground floor.

  • Client

    University of Pavia

  • Start and end dates

    March 2021 – in progress

  • Designers, supervisors

    RUP (Sole responsible for procedure): Arch. Mauro Mericco, Director of works: Prof. Ing. Gian Michele Calvi, CSE (Safety coordinator during execution): Ing. Nicola Verdi