veneered wall

veneered wall

A wall ofVeneered construction. For example, a wall having a facing of brick or some other weather-resistant noncombustible material that is securely attached to the backing, but not bonded to it.

veneer wall, veneered wall

Any wall having a facing which is attached, but not bonded, to the wall. Also see brick veneer.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
There is also clever use of plaster, metaland rubber as well special joinery and ash veneered wall panelling.
It produces a wide range of products from high-end architectural millwork, plastic laminate products, and veneered wall panel systems to store fixtures and casework.
And there are matching walnut veneered wall storage for above the bed and a matching mobile bedside table, which fits alongside the bed and has shelves and a drawer.
A third choice for masonry installations is a veneered wall. A veneer is a single wythe of a concrete block, or other backing material, and a single wythe of brick or stone veneer.
Nonretaining, freestanding wall construction, including mortared walls, cast-in-place concrete, stucco, and veneered walls are discussed in Chapter 33.
Even the lowest-grade inside cabins (priced from pounds 999 pp for the six- day Southampton-New York crossing and return flight) are bright and comfortable, with pale beechwood veneered walls, wider-than-normal single beds and fluffy duvets.