Thermal and acoustic restoration of the Belgrade Faculty of Medicine

Thermal and acoustic restoration of the Belgrade Faculty of Medicine

Location

Belgrado

Nation

Serbia

The historic headquarters of the Belgrade Medicine University have been completely restored by the use of the cork-based plasters of the Diathonite line. The facades of the building, which border with one of the Serbian capital hospital, were thermally insulated with Diathonite Evolution, applied with an average thickness of 4 cm, while the bottom part of the walls, affected by evident and heavy humidity problems, were treated with Diathonite Deumix+, Diasen's dehumidifying and anti-saline plaster. The great hall indoors, on the other hand, were treated with Diathonite Acoustix, to improve the acoustic and reduce reverberation. Diathonite Acoustix, in this case, was applied with a thickness of 3 cm onto ceilings and walls, and was then finished with Limepaint lime based paint.