architectural ceramic

архитектурно-строительная керамика

Англо-русский словарь технических терминов. 2005.

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  • Architectural terracotta — Terracotta, in its unglazed form, became fashionable as an architectural ceramic construction material in England in the 1860s, and in the United States in the 1870s. It was generally used to supplement brick and tiles of similar colour in late… …   Wikipedia

  • Ceramic houses — are buildings made of an earth mixture which is high in clay, and fired to become ceramic. The process of building and firing such houses was developed by Iranian architect, Nader Khalili, in the late 1970s. he named it Geltaftan; Gel , means… …   Wikipedia

  • Ceramic discharge metal halide lamp — Ceramic discharge metal halide lamps are a relatively new source of light that is a variation of the mercury vapor lamp. The discharge is contained in a ceramic tube. During operation, the temperature of this ceramic tube can exceed 1200… …   Wikipedia

  • Ceramic engineering — Simulation of the outside of the Space Shuttle as it heats up to over 1,500 °C (2,730 °F) during re entry into the Earth s atmosphere Ceramic engineering is the science and technology of creating objects from inorganic, non metallic… …   Wikipedia

  • Ceramic discharge metal-halide lamp — The ceramic discharge metal halide (CDM) lamp, mostly referred to as Ceramic Metal Halide lamp (CMH), is a relatively new source of light that is a variation of the old (high pressure) mercury vapour lamp. The discharge is contained in a ceramic… …   Wikipedia

  • Glazed architectural terra-cotta — is a ceramic masonry building material popular in the United States from the late 19th century until the 1930s, and still one of the most common building materials found in U.S. urban environments. It is the glazed version of architectural terra… …   Wikipedia

  • Ramona Street Architectural District — Infobox nrhp | name =Ramona Street Architectural District nrhp type = hd caption = location= Palo Alto, California lat degrees = 37 | lat minutes = 26 | lat seconds = 43.1 | lat direction = N long degrees = 122 | long minutes = 9 | long seconds …   Wikipedia

  • Keith Murray (ceramic artist) — Keith Day Pearce Murray (5 July, 1892 1981) was a New Zealand born architect and designer who worked as a ceramics, glass and metalware designer for Wedgwood in the Potteries area of Staffordshire in the 1930s and 1940s. He is considered one of… …   Wikipedia

  • Safavid art — refers to art in Persia (Iran) during the dynasty of the same name (1501 1722), a high point for the art of the book and architecture; other art at the time included ceramics, metal and glass. While of course nourished by Persian culture, the… …   Wikipedia

  • Claude Vermette — R.C.A. (August 10, 1930–April 21, 2006) Claude Vermette R.C.A. is a Canadian ceramist and painter who was born in Montréal, Province of Québec, August 10, 1930 and who died in Ste Agathe des Monts, April 21, 2006. Artist of international… …   Wikipedia

  • Pilkington's Lancastrian Pottery & Tiles — was a manufacturer of tiles, vases and bowls, based in Clifton, Greater Manchester, England. The company was established in 1892 at Clifton Junction, alongside Fletcher s Canal.Today the site is occupied by Pilkington s Group Plc.HistoryIn 1889… …   Wikipedia

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