exposed-aggregate finish

exposed-aggregate finish

A decorative finish for concrete work; achieved by removing the outer skin of mortar, generally before the concrete has fully hardened, and exposing the coarse aggregate.
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Such a manner of grading of coarse aggregate is typically employed in architectural concrete production to obtain uniform textures in exposed-aggregate finishes (Litvin, Donald 1965).