coffered ceiling


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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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It has a detailed coffered ceiling, walls for wine storage, and, for this home, we commissioned an artisan whom we discovered in India to create a large door of silver.
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Armoire fixtures, comfortable seating, coffered ceiling elements, picture rails, crown molding, and crisp white woodwork highlight the merchandise and ensure design longevity.
That is Boston's Trinity Church, with a coffered ceiling, soaring square tower, and walls saturated in Pompeian red, decorated with superb murals of prophets, apostles, angels, and Biblical quotations.
living room with decorative fireplace and south and west exposures, dining room, family room with coffered ceiling and bay window with seat.
Interior walls (GK, plaster and STB) light gray approx 7200 square meters; : - Interior Ceiling (GK Plaster) White 900 square meters; : - STB coffered ceiling white, about 3300 square meters; : - Parapets (STB) in various colors approx 235 square meters; : Spray painting; : InntE-rzargen approximately 100 pieces; : Fire doors about 41 pieces; : Varnishing of wood surfaces of the post-and-beam facade inside; : Approx.
This is depicted by the ceiling's floating planes with crown moulding trim--a modern spin on a traditional coffered ceiling, with adjacent energy efficient fluorescent track lighting.
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.
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While air returns were cleverly concealed in the coffered ceiling, the main air supply was placed at the back side of the space.
Builders are constructing a multi-sectioned, coffered ceiling with ornate trim, chandeliers and recessed lighting.