Start Date: November 2020
End Date: November 2021

Location: Carrer Major, 18, Eivissa

Promoter: City Council of Eivissa Cost: €55,170.77

The building is protected under the figure of Cultural Interest Property (BIC), BIC Monument Nacional BOE Nº 3706/02/1942 nº reg. 7026-2-2-51-000028 BIC and Conjunt Històric-Artístic BIC Nº 53 03/03/1969 nº reg. 7026-2-2-53-002169 in the General Register of Cultural Interest Properties.

The Puget Museum is housed in a noble house in Dalt Vila, on the old Major Street, popularly known as Can Comasema, because it was inhabited by the Palou de Comasema family, of Mallorcan origin, during the 19th century. The oldest part of the house probably dates back to the 15th century. Among the decorative elements, we find Gothic ornaments and vegetal-themed capitals.

The rehabilitation of the Can Comasema facade, home to the Puget Museum, includes repairs to the roof parapets. The intervention involved the removal of successive layers that composed the facade, many of which consisted of cement mortar, replacing them with materials composed of lime mortar. The geminate window was also consolidated and protected. As the Museum is located in the old town of Eivissa, we have emphasized the historical details of the facade and carried out the restoration respecting the original construction.