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“The Three Johns” carve incredible wood ceilings that line a variety of buildings, including the Malaga’s Picasso Museum. Known for restoring old works unique to Southern Spain, Los Tres Juanes also craft new ceilings for museums, churches, and palaces. Their most celebrated works include Nasrid-inspired roof frameworks, Alfarjes (polygon-shaped painted ceilings), and Mudejar-style coffered ceilings. Although it can be argued that using new wood to a decorative end is not sustainable, we believe that slow-art, handcrafted with love and patience, and preserving tradition are far more sustainable than anything produced at scale.