2 edition of Terra-cotta in architecture. found in the catalog.
Terra-cotta in architecture.
in New York
Written in English
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|Pagination||47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : Architectural terra cotta is a natural material fired to degrees fahrenheit over a number of days.
the batching, souring, forming, drying, firing, glazing, sizing, fitting and quality inspection processes take time. t echnological advances and ceramic engineering. Terra-cotta literally means “fired earth,” a nod to the process of turning clay into a durable product used in pottery, floor tiles, and roofing.
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Composition and Manufacture. Terra cotta is composed of practically the same material as bricks, and its characteristics, as far as the material is concerned, are the cotta, however, requires for its successful production a much better quality of clay than is generally used for bricks, while the process of manufacture is entirely different.
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Addeddate Coverleaf 0 Identifier ArchitecturalTerraCotta_ Identifier-ark ark://t9sn8d Location New York NY Ocr. The Terracotta Army refers to the thousands of life-size clay models of soldiers, horses, and chariots which were deposited around the grand mausoleum of Shi Huangdi, first emperor of China and founder of the Qin dynasty, located near Lishan in Shaanxi Province, central purpose of the army was likely to act as guardian figures for the tomb or to serve their ruler in the next life.
Terra-cotta (meaning “baked earth” in Italian) has long found its way into the architecture of the day. For centuries, the light and inexpensive material was formed into rust-hued tiles for humble. Architectural terracotta refers to a fired mixture of clay and water that can be used in a non-structural, semi-structural, or structural capacity on the exterior or interior of a building.
Terracotta pottery, as earthenware is called when not used for vessels, is an ancient building material that translates from Latin as " baked earth ".This section is from the book "Cyclopedia Of Architecture, Carpentry, And Building", by James C.
et al. Also available from Amazon: Cyclopedia Of Architecture, Carpentry And Building. Hollow terra-cotta blocks, moulded in the form of a flat arch, are used to a large extent for fireproof floors, and are to be obtained in a variety of patterns.Terra-cotta, like make-up, can be over-applied or misapplied, again to ill effect.
Still, if you're considering a building with a masonry exterior, and prefer attractive to drab, you really want this book. No, you really *need* this book. A couple caveats though. There aren't a lot of folks left who can do this kind of work, and if you can find /5(5).