Gladsaxe Church’s Epitaphs
Gladsaxe Church’s three epitaphs from approximately 1619, 1653 and 1675 needed conservation. They were all restored in 1862 and 1904 and had most recently been inspected by the National Museum’s church consulting function in 2001, which described them as damaged and “in major need of urgent conservation”. Elgaard Architecture was the main adviser and architect in the project, which was carried out in 2019.
Conservation of three epitaphs, main consultancy
Gladsaxe Church Parish Council
Nordisk Konservering ApS (main and stone conservation), Abildgaard Konservering & Snedkeri (conservation carpentry)