Three-dimensional claddings (118)

Unlike what stone, pressed ceramic tiles, or any kind of artificial panels -board type-, can give, extruded terracotta elements can, due to the manufacturing process, easily be three-dimensional!!! A possibility which architects not always take advantage of, even though terracotta is a common material in façade claddings. 

And pay attention to these difficult corners where three-dimensional elements may exhibit their hollowness!!

Archivo de Castilla-La Mancha

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Calle Río Cabriel, 12
45007 Toledo Toledo
Spain
Year of construction: 
2005
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