The Palace and Finca of El Quexigal, located in the town of Cebreros, Ávila was commissioned by Felipe II to Juan de Herrera, architect of the Royal Site of El Escorial. The king acquired the property to serve as timber supplier for the construction of the Monastery of El Escorial, which finally also became a land for farming olive trees and vines.
The work carried out in the rehabilitation project of this historic site included geometrical analysis of the building, by collecting data with 3d laser scanner and identifying constructive units and causes of decay.