artificial stone

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ar·ti·fi·cial stone

a specially calcined gypsum derivative similar to plaster of Paris, but stronger, because the grains are nonporous.

artificial stone

ar·ti·fi·cial stone

(ahr-ti-fishăl stōn, ahrti-fishăl stōn)
A specially calcined gypsum derivative similar to plaster of Paris but stronger because its grains are nonporous.
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Modification work on the facade of a reconstituted stone cladding and insulation outdoors.
All front elevations are made from natural sandstone with side with rear elevations made of reconstituted stone.
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It was constructed in 2001 from reclaimed Cotswold stone and in the Cotswold vernacular, incorporating stone mullion windows beneath reconstituted stone and Welsh slate roofs.
Even though the quality of reconstituted stone pieces is improving rapidly, genuine stone features are more honest and they don't need to try hard to please.
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The work involves renewing around 130 metres of footpath with reconstituted stone flags and decorative conservation kerbs, refurbishing planters and installing decorative railings around them.
The design of the building attempts to represent this boundary condition through the composition of its mass, the articulation of openings and walls and the simple materiality of its volume, created by used brick masonry on reconstituted stone consoles.