Terracotta – the exemplary façade material

Introduction: Terracotta is a glazed or unglazed ceramic resulting from the fired clay and has a porous body. It is being used in architecture since early 1800s when a church, designed by Sir Edmund Sharpe, was built almost exclusively of terracotta in Germany in 1824. It, in its unglazed form, eventually became fashionable as a …

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Techlam: Large Porcelien Tiles from CMC

Vikas Kesarkar Vice Resident Marketing Techlam, the large porcelain cladding tiles, is introduced in Indian Market by Classic Marble Company (CMC). One of the premium stone companies, CMC has announced the launch of a new collection of GenNex engineered marble under its flagship brand Kalingastone. The company is associated with the international tile major Levantine …

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