plasterwork


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plasterwork

1. Cast ornamental plaster, commonly cast with plaster of paris, typically on a ceiling.
2. Any surface finished with plaster.
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There is a front-facing bay window formation with an additional side-facing window, a wall press cupboard and ornate ceiling coving and plasterwork.
You enter through a pair of striking art nouveau gates to discover impressive wood-panelled rooms decorated with stained glass windows and dramatic plasterwork.
"We are planning to incorporate traditional engraved gypsum and plasterwork into modern architecture and interior design," he said.
It was built as the headquarters of Newcastle Breweries and as such features elaborate tiling, stained glass, plasterwork and mahogany fittings.
All of them have impressively high ceilings, intricately carved white marble chimney pieces and tall windows, as well as the Wing's signature frieze, cornice and ceiling plasterwork.
The walls were then coated with a palitada or plasterwork for a smooth finish.
The fire was confined mainly to the oven but the heat and smoke did damage plasterwork.
In part 1, essays by architects, scholars, and craftsmen explore areas such as tradition and invention, decorative painting and gilding, and ornamental plasterwork. Part 2 describes 25 classically inspired homes in the US and the UK.
This order, which also includes training in the use of the equipment for the College's teachers and instructors, covers equipment for use in their woodworking, brickwork, plasterwork and plumbing training facilities.
Decorative Plasterwork in Ireland and Europe: Ornament and the Early Modern
She said: "A substantial area of the original lime mortar ceiling and ornate plasterwork cornice in the ground floor entrance hall of the Mansion House collapsed.
When tackling DIY that raises dust clouds - like sanding plasterwork or mixing grout - periodically mist the air using a hand-held water spray.