reconstituted stone


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artificial stone

A mixture of stone chips or fragments, usually embedded in a matrix of mortar, cement, or plaster; the surface may be ground, polished, molded, or otherwise treated to simulate stone; variously called art marble, artificial marble, cast stone, marezzo, patent stone, and reconstructed stone.
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The properties will be finished with reconstituted stone features, white render exteriors and grey tiled roofs in keeping with nearby buildings.
To make it seem different the architects have wrapped a skein of wool around one of the buildings , but there is little green, presumably because lawns cost money to mow, while reconstituted stone just needs sweeping.
The kitchen has a painted glass backsplash, European kitchen cabinets and quartz reconstituted stone on the countertops.
Moving to the second level of value engineering, and depending on client target budgets, the material is substituted by another material, for example marble replaced by reconstituted stone or ceramic.
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It really annoys me to see all these great old solid stone buildings getting knocked down to make way for a load of new buildings built to new regulations with reconstituted stone and chipboard.
There will be several architectural finishes to the facade of the building, including brickwork, glass curtain walling, cladding panels, and reconstituted stone. There will also be an area for students living in the building to store bicycles in a secure area, and a landscaped courtyard.
The focal point in the large lounge is a reconstituted stone fireplace with a gas fire, while features in the dining room include a French door to the garden and an Adam-style fireplace with a gas fire.
As well as providing in excess of 2,000 sq m of workspace, The Jesmond will have outside terrace areas on two of the three floors and the building facade will be crafted from reconstituted stone rather than concrete.
As well as providing in excess of 2,000sqm of workspace, The Jesmond will have outside terrace areas on two of the three floors and the building facade will be crafted from reconstituted stone rather than concrete.
Reconstituted stone will be used on the outside of the five towers, providing a warm tone, with ribbon windows framed with bronze-coloured aluminium giving way to larger openings that connect with the generous balconies.