Een keramisch voorwerp restaureren betekent een object zoveel mogelijk in zijn authentieke staat herstellen. Scherven worden gereinigd en verlijmd, lacunes opgevuld en geretoucheerd. Dit alles met de juiste werkethiek, en respect voor de specifieke geschiedenis van het object. Tegula werkt met hedendaagse en verantwoorde materialen, die uiteraard compatibel zijn met de materie van het te restaureren voorwerp.

Wij restaureren voor particulieren, openbare gebouwen, antiquairs en musea. In de eerste plaats tegels en mozaïeken, maar evengoed keramische kunstobjecten en gebruiksgoed.

Experience
          • restoration of cement tile floor in building in Antwerp (Kruijne Architecten bvba)
          • reproduction of window sills and glazed roof tiles on a protected monument in Ostend (subcontract Aquastra)
          • participant fair ‘Maker City’ in Mechelen
          • production of glazed brick for ‘the first stone’ for business center De Punt in Ghent
          • reproduction of Art Nouveau tiles for a façade in Brussels (subcontract Balcaen & Fils)
          • restoration of cement tiles in Rectory in Meusegem (subcontract Renotec)
          • reproduction of 60 m² Belle Epoque Tiles for a façade of a mansion in Ghent-Nieuwe Wandeling
          • restoration and conservation of four Roman archaeological finds (Ruben Willaert bvba)
          • restoration of a mosaic medallion in wedding hall Beersel Castle (public service mission municipality Beersel)
          • restoration of “L’Elefante Felice” in tile museum Otterloo
          • restoration of Helman panel at the request of Musée de la céramique in Andenne. From private collection Orsmaal
          • reproduction of Belle Epoque tiles on façade Adolf Buylstraat in Ostend (subcontract Aquastra)
          • reproduction of Belle Epoque tiles on façade Bakkerstraat Blankenberge
          • restoration of Art Nouveau tiles from private collection
          • restoration of 18th century Delft tiles in the bathroom of Musée Groesbeeck Croix in Namur (subcontract Monument Vandekerckhove)
          • reproduction of Art Deco tiles for St. Therese’s Church in Middelkerke (subcontract Arthur Vandendorpe)
          • placement of restored Art Nouveau façade tiles in Amsterdam
          • restoration of 35 tiles from different tableaus on Art Nouveau façade (private) house in Amsterdam
          • restoration of ceramic blocks of ceramic art wall Maggi Giles in a nursing home in Groningen
          • restoration of Delft board and small wares in porcelain and stoneware
          • advisory for restoration of tiles in the kitchen of the castle in Schoonselhof (for Altri Tempi)
          • restoration of a 19th century Parvillée tile from private property
          • restoration of a marble mosaic floor in Art Nouveau style in a private home in Antwerp
          • replicas of 16th century Antwerp Majolica porridge bowls from the Maagdenhuis Museum in Antwerp
          • replica and restoration of Delft tile
Education
  • 2015: laureate King Baudouin Foundation Fair: “Young Talents in heritage conservation”
  • May and September ‘2013: internship in the ceramics restoration workshop Sabine Westerhuis in Amsterdam
  • February 2012 – June 2012: Erasmus Exchange Edirne (Turkey).
  • 2009-2012: Artesis: bachelor’s degree in Conservation and Restoration “(graduated with distinction)
  • 2002-2004: University of Ghent: degree in Comparative Cultural Studies (graduated with distinction)
  • Thesis: Museums as a cultural phenomenon?
  • Investigate if the existence of museums is a culture-specific phenomenon and if yes, a typically Western phenomenon?
  • 2001-2002: University of Ghent: Archaeology and Ancient Near East
  • 1999-2001: University of Ghent: candidacies Art Sciences and Archaeology
  • 2001-2002: Universiteit Gent licentie Archeologie optie Oude en Nabije Oosten
  • 1999-2001: Universiteit Gent kandidaturen Kunstwetenschappen en Archeologie