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Religious architecture has always been subjected to strict canons, or assessed based on these, given the differences between religions and the symbols used by everyone for promoting and sharing traditions. Construction materials are closely related to the symbols and vision of the divinity represented by the church, but also depend on their availability according to the geographical area.
At the beginning of the 19th century, Dinicu Golescu laid the foundation of a building that half a century later would become the Royal Palace of Bucharest, a building now known as the National Art...
Myth no. 1 - Natural stone is expensive
Natural stone is an accessible material, a fact observed by simply comparing prices. There are even some ceramic tiles more expensive that some types of ...
Reduced thickness and weight
SKIN flexible slate veneer is a thin sheet of natural stone destined for interior and exterior design projects. Although it is only between 1,5 and 2 mm thick, ...
A travertine quarry is the place where this stone is extracted from. Most quarries are huge and look like deep, enormous holes. The travertine is broken into blocks which are then transported t...
Due to recent developments in technology and equipment used for natural stone processing, manual labour has been replaced by software and machines. This change in the way things are done has also brought about a larger number of natural stone finishes and a shorten production time, whether we’re talking about sandblasting, polishing, bush hammering, honing etc. Consequently, the shorter production time has also reduced the price of the products.
The fires ignited by quickly flammable materials are more frequently lately. So it is essential to study precisely the building materials capable of generate and sustain fire.
Travertine is a natural stone, part of limestone family and synthesized from calcium carbonate. It resembles limestone and its development process takes millions of years similar to limestone and marble.
Natural stone is one of world’s most sustainable materials, due to its very efficient consumption of energy resources (electricity, fossil fuels) and water. Moreover, natural stone is a recyclable material, thus minimizing the impact of goods resulting from its processing on people's health and environment.
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