Before and after by Maison Rouveure Marquez

Our team of ornamental plasterers have carried out many projects using fibrous plaster, some of whose before and after pictures are truly spectacular.
A look at some of the plaster creations that most impressed our team of ornamental plasterers, in terms of both the complexity of the project and the beauty of the site.

Number 3: Leclerc Atlantis mall

In collaboration with the architectural firm Agence Lameynardie, the teams at Maison Rouveure Marquez worked on the project to renovate the Leclerc Atlantis shopping centre near Nantes, France.

This large-scale project led our teams of plasterers to install their ceilings at a height of 25 metres.

The white of the Mono® Acoustic ceilings both favours and enhances the lighting effects created by the circular glass ceiling in the middle of the mall.

Recessed lighting and smooth-flowing ceilings give the shopping arcade the full feel of its pedestrian expanse, for a rendering that is both functionally and technically effective.

Number 2: Four Seasons in Megève

The Four Seasons Hotel in Megève, France, brought in Rouveure Marquez to beautify its hallways and the ceilings in its sumptuous, spacious spa.

The teams at Rouveure Marquez fabricated contemporary waves and a white chequerboard frame for the hallways and ceilings.

The atypical wall cladding dreamt up by Bruno Legrand Architecture employs undulating lines that are both warm and simple to create the impression of being in a comforting cocoon.

Number 1: Castle in Ireland

Maison Rouveure Marquez was involved in the construction of this private residence. Our teams of ornamental plasterers manufactured and installed plaster mouldings and decorations with absolute precision.

Attractive developments and meticulous technical work created a spectacular finish.

Mouldings, bespoke ornamental patterns and friezes made of fibrous plaster adorn this magnificent private home, designed in a classic style, down to the smallest details.

Like all of its decorative elements, walls and ceilings, the cupola made of fibrous plaster was produced by combining classic motifs with plaster mouldings.

The aesthetically pleasing, highly technical trompe l’oeil effect is fully revealed by the light of day shifting across the ceiling.

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