blind wall

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blank wall, blind wall, dead wall

A wall whose whole surface is unbroken by a window, door, or other opening.
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The Neighborhood School" pushes the disillusionment even further: nostalgia is ridiculous, because there is nothing to return to; the school is not a place of literacy or sentiment, but a courtyard where the former students are playing soccer under the portraits of Bulgaria's great writers on the blind wall of the deserted building.
Whether you are hunting out of a treestand or ground blind, you need to be careful that your limbs have enough clearance to complete the shot cycle without hitting the tree trunk or blind wall.
Reinterpreting vernacular Iberian forms is a common theme of Moneo's work; for instance the Moderna Museet in Stockholm (AR November 1998) is based on a series of neutral, toplit containers enclosed by a blind wall.
The terracotta also serves to emphasize the building's inscrutable, alcazar-like quality; the arrangement of neutral, toplit containers enclosed by a blind wall has obvious affinities with Spanish architecture.
Offered in sheets sizes of 2'x2', 2'x4' and 9'x4', the panels are suitable for a multitude of applications--including walls, ceilings and screens, joint-free floor-to-ceiling installations--and can be used as aesthetically rich acoustical tiles for blind walls.
com PAINT, TILES AND BLIND Walls painted in Pure Brilliant White matt emulsion, PS9.
The blind walls attach to the dock with 4-inch lag screws spaced at 18-inch intervals, with the outside walls flush with the sides of the dock.
I also like to break up the solid color by spraying a bit of black and gray paint in an irregular pattern on the top edges of the pit blind walls and the top and underside of the lid or cover.
I am not so convinced that Mondrian's fascination with the geometric patterns of the blind walls of partially demolished Parisian buildings, so frequently the point of departure for his 1913-14 canvases, partakes of the same theosophical impulse to see reality as an immense cyclical organism, but that is a minor issue: Blotkamp's major point here -- that, at first, Mondrian interpreted Cubism through some sort of neoplatonic lens -- is perfectly argued and helps understand the slow transformation that led the artist from Cubism to abstraction.
His works are silent, sober dialogues between sunlight and blind walls.