raw brick

raw brick

An unfired brick, before it has been inserted in a kiln.
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The floor part of the houses yard is covered with raw brick. Alter and head part broken small idol was found in one of the remains of the oval shaped building.
In the newly renovated downtown Tucson gallery, dozens of artists' statements about the meaning of enlightenment now dot the raw brick walls, creating an air of loftiness to the sky-high wooden rafters.
In recent years, an increasing attention is paid to the production of ceramic bricks by rigid method, which combines all advantages of plastic method of production and excludes one of the most energy-intensive technological operations such as raw brick drying.
Once inside and surrounded by its burnished wood and raw brick decor, warm leathers and vintage quirk - an antique rocking horse, stacked '50s travel cases, model steam trains - any sense of the hoity-toity completely melted away.
Over a six-hour tour of the factory in Pondicherry, I went past ponds and natural green encircling the raw brick architecture that houses the Hidesign process from start to finish.
It presented a strangely beautiful sight, with collapsed colonnades and raw brick interior walls open to the sky (Fig.
In the final section, backdrops sail upwards to reveal raw brick, exposed lights, and thrilling, pulsating sound as the dancers race across the floor.
They filled their bags with them." He pushes with his foot a fragment of raw brick, with cuneiform inscriptions plainly visible.
There I taught and researched and drew in an appropriately austere setting of raw brick, concrete and comforting joinery.
Only a leather sofa and a standing lamp adorn the reduced stage against a raw brick wall.
A kid then grabbed the mold, ran over to the sawdust patch and turned the raw brick out of its mold next to the previous one in the row.