architectural details

architectural details

The relatively small elements of design and finish of a building.
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The master bathroom has a Jacuzzi tub and also contains all kinds of architectural details.
31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Focal Point announced today that they have launched a new line of durable PVC column wraps to complement their existing exterior polyurethane architectural details.
Presenting a large selection of plans and images of architectural details in b&w plates of excellent quality, the images were originally published in an architectural magazine.
Economic, social and architectural details are revealed in a fine coffee table keepsake perfect for any collection strong in nautical topics in general or Maine history.
Model B140SH, a cast brass 12-V uplight for illuminating architectural details and landscape features, is now available from Orbit/Evergreen.
The project will preserve the original architectural details of the building while incorporating modern day technologies.
Castilian, based here, has introduced a 19-piece Smithsonian Collection line, Including vases, trays, decorative boxes, wall art and a garden bench inspired by objects, concepts and architectural details in and around Smithsonian's 18 museums and archives.
The models, most from nineteenth-century France, represent exercises in technical virtuosity, demanding knowledge of cantilevering, balance, forms of rotation, styles of balusters and other architectural details.
Students were asked to create a 3-D relief building in clay that incorporated at least three architectural details and a variety of textures.
Using only a straight edge, compass, and pencil (or white ink pen), the artists then draw the extensive architectural details, so that the tracing is ready for the next step, the actual placing of the sand onto the design.
Upmarket model home ceilings are art galleries above your head with moldings, hidden lighting, paint and plaster treatments, murals, wall coverings and architectural details such as corbels.
Enthusiastically recommended for students of photography and a seminal addition to academic collections of master photographers, Paris Vertical documents an original approach to viewing familiar pieces of sculpture and architectural details with a quite literal emphasis on eye-level, vertical framing.

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