Carillion was faced with the problem of working on the bridge arches in a steep-sided valley and installing 600 tonnes of strengthening steel beams and plates behind the wrought iron latticework
The pair, who also designed the Literary and Philosophical Society building, the Theatre Royal and Grey's Monument in Newcastle, pioneered the use of laminated timber to create the latticework
arches of the viaducts, In 1869, a new generation of engineers used wrought iron to exactly replace the latticed timber.
Its most prominent feature, 30-odd handblown, green speckled glass lamps, is hung via knotted chords from a wooden latticework
Drawing inspiration from the landscape's natural beauty and culture, the heart of the hotel boasts high ceilings and a central internallylit handmade red clay dome complementing the wooden finishing and decorative mashrabiya latticework
Drawing inspiration from the local landscape, the hotel's design features high ceilings and a central internally-lit handmade red clay dome to complement the wooden finishing and decorative mashrabiya latticework
Drawing inspiration from the landscape's natural beauty and culture, the heart of the hotel boasts high ceilings and a central internally-lit handmade red clay dome complementing the wooden finishing and decorative mashrabiya latticework
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Egyptian art, both modern and ancient, is filled with repetitive geometric patterns, whether it's a zigzag line representing the waves of the Nile or repeated turned wood latticework
that creates mashrabeya.
Regional architecture and cultural tradition inspired the use of latticework
partitions or mashrabiy'yah to strategically screen students for privacy in exterior spaces and allow more visibility within the campus.
Mashrabiya is the Arabic term given to a type of projecting oriel window enclosed with carved wood latticework
located on the second storey of a building or higher, often lined with stained glass.
As Chasseignaux explains, everything at Hakkasan -- from its modern take of Chinese cuisine to the restaurant's blue light-bathed decors, rustic wooden pavilions, exotic greenery and Hakkasan's signature oak latticework
-- is designed to stimulate the senses.
Beset by catatonic-seizures' slippery architecture gesturing close to rivers' conscious oblivion vertigo - transformations scramble the sky awkwardly grounded in acrid velour as flowers stare at surfaces surprised by latticework
or White-clocked billowing walls
Our culture is diverse and we have always thrived on our multiculturalism, a significant part of which comes from a tremendous latticework
of historical connections between the UK and Pakistan.
The book highlights the emerging latticework
of regional defence arrangements that augments "the overall capacity of the US-Australian alliance to contain China".
The well-padded dimpled surfaces have a latticework
of ridges, and the bright pink cover I was testing resembled chewed-up bubble gum.