Waffle slab

Waffle slab

A two-way ribbed slab.

waffle slab

A concrete slab which is reinforced by ribs in two directions, forming a waffle-like pattern.
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Twelve "Country Traditional" items span from hearty to healthy with options such as the Waffle Slab with two eggs and choice bacon or house-made sausage, the 10-ounce Good Morning Ribeye with made-from-scratch, buttermilk biscuits, and the Fit N' Trim, incorporating low-fat, organic yogurt plus granola and fruit.
Galbraith Hall's original construction, circa 1965, featured a mid-century waffle slab design on its ceiling, which was covered up during a renovation in the 1980s.
Though the waffle slab ceiling's design is mid-century in origin, the vibe throughout the building is very contemporary, with exposed wooden walls and modern benches (LEDs are located underneath the bench seats), as well as large glass doors and stainless steel fixtures.
In addition to maintaining the building's LEED Platinum certification, CNY Interiors installed exposed concrete waffle slab, custom flooring and sophisticated glass and lighting finishes.
The project called for a complete gut and renovation of cast-in-place concrete, waffle slab structure, the demolition of an approx.
Hamilton Form designed the phase one waffle slab forms with steel alignment plates to locate and hold the voids in place during the pour.
Although the community was built using the latest construction methods featuring a waffle slab and post-tension foundation and floor systems, there were signs of foundation distress.
Pre-empting London's dockland renaissance by almost a decade, this dramatic warehouse conversion, with distinctive concrete waffle slab and glazed mansard roof, was well ahead of its time, and led the way.
To play up the good bones of the gutted space, Arcturis designers Ron Johnson and Brian Waite had the unique waffle slab ceiling painted white to maximize height and reflectance and had the open office arranged around floor-to-ceiling perimeter windows that look out onto the city.
Instead of expending fit-out dollars towards temporary interventions, they accepted the strong vocabulary of the existing waffle slab as the ceiling.
The ceiling, lowered below the level of a beautiful exposed concrete waffle slab, folds and unfolds like a giant origami, with ceiling cut-outs where light is needed, and planes hanging down from it where spatial divisions are programmatically required.
Parasolid within MicroStation TriForma now allows architects to include freeform architectural features such as ledgers, reveals, moldings, niches, pilasters, splayed openings, complex chamfers, and waffle slabs into their single building models.