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coffered ceiling

[′kȯ·fərd ′sēl·iŋ]
(building construction)
An ornamental ceiling constructed of panels that are sunken or recessed.

coffering

1. Ceiling with deeply recessed panels, often highly ornamented.
2. Similar effects executed in marble, brick, concrete, plaster, or stucco. Also see caisson, 2.
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The offices at 14 Wall Street include full-height double glass entrance doors, rich maple woodwork, elegant carpeting, distinctive hardware, fully equipped pantries, and a conference room in each suite with custom lighting and coffered ceiling. The interior of the offices is designed by New York based MKDA, a design firm who provides tenants with the highest level of service by considering corporate needs before they occupy the space.
The spacious family room showcases a craftsman style stone fireplace with cedar mantle and coffered ceiling that flows into the gourmet chef's kitchen enveloped in natural light.
50 to 70 cm 40 m, - acoustic coffered ceiling with acoustic coating 3 300 m 2 , - acoustic coffered ceiling with acoustic coating, Stairs 110 m 2 , - wall absorber made of perforated boards / insulation 60 m 2 , - pet wall absorber approx.
MKDA gave Ricoh flexible workstations and private offices with glazed sidelights to allow for additional interior lighting dot the office space, and a large conference room that features a curved end wall and a coffered ceiling that follows the line of the curve.
The elevator cabs are reminiscent of small rooms with stone wainscoting, mesh panels rising up the wall and wood coffered ceiling. Dedicated elevators will deliver members to the Tower Club offices on floors 29 to 51, threading through the historic building the shaft vacated by what was the world's tallest internal chimney.
A new mineral coffered ceiling including new lighting will be installed in the offices.
The building's grand marble lobby lined with stained glass windows, hand-painted coffered ceiling and original ornamental and architectural details preserve the integrity of the original design by the architectural firm of Rouse and Goldstone.
2) ceiling plaster - lime cement plaster on reinforced concrete, 100 m 2 , - lime cement plaster on ceiling ceilings, 165 m 2 , - lime cement plaster on vaulted ceilings, 590 m 2 , - gypsum plaster on steel ceilings, 560 m 2 , - lime plaster on beamed ceilings, 1 060 m 2 , - lime plaster on coffered ceilings, 620 m 2 .
The current owners have restored the home on a grand scale while retaining restored vintage light fixtures and coffered ceilings.
The upper-level rooms have cathedral ceilings, while some of the lower-level rooms include coffered ceilings, arched entries and French doors to a balcony.
Carpentry/finishing business for sale that deals with custom carpentry that includes built ins, base boards, coffered ceilings, casing, base boards and so much more while trim work (90%) is the big money maker.
Digital controls regulate the water temperature.<br />Contractors, led by Mortenson Construction, installed post-tensioned concrete floors, prefabricated drywall and coffered ceilings. The team worked closely with specialty contractors on certain design elements, including the fifth-floor restaurant's lit ceiling and metal components found in the lobby.<br />Besides the restaurant, called Taverne in the Sky, there are the Leaps & Bounds Cafe on the first floor, a fitness center, indoor pool and a full-service spa.<br />On loan from the Packers Hall of Fame are game photos and other team artifacts.