By . Architecture. Published at Sunday, April 29th, 2018 - 09:29:02 AM.
Most architects spend a lot of time on their desks. But they also often go to the field to supervise ongoing projects or look for good project opportunities. Sometimes they meet with clients, contractors or technical consultants. There is never the same routine every day.
However, there are still many people who prefer bricks compared with other materials. Bricks proved to be more durable, strong, cheap, and easier to obtain. In addition, the red brick also makes the room inside the house more cool, the walls are not easy to crack, and fireproof. Red bricks have exotic colors and natural impression so often used as a brick paste to create a wall that impressed the industrial.
Andesite stone is the hardest stone among other commonly used natural stone. Andesite rocks also have small porosity levels because of their porous meetings. This type of stone comes from a volcano and has some recognizable features, which are gray or black. This type of stone has long been used as a building material. The nature of rock solid and resistant to weather and moss, making this stone a favorite to beautify a building and suitable for use in all spaces.
Plywood is a kind of factory board consisting of a wooden layer or wood veneer that is glued together. Plywood is one of the most commonly used wood products because it is flexible, cheap, moldable, recyclable, and has no complicated manufacturing techniques.
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