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Modern Masonry: Natural Stone and Clay Products

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Modern Masonry: Natural Stone and Clay Products

Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN/ASIN: B0000EGPY2
Number of pages: 177

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The edited papers and discussions of a research correlation conference. From the table of contents: Architectural Design; Technology of Building with Masonry; Research and New Technical Developments; Costs and Maintenance; Building Type Analysis.

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