Soon after the first excavations in 1923, the need for conservation became evident as the exposed structures began to deteriorate due to salt action in the bricks.
What does ES stand for?
ES stands for Exposed Structure (architecture)
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- Executive Sedan
- Executive Summary
- Exercise Sciences
- Expected Shortfall (risk metric)
- Expert Systems
- Experts Society
- Exploitation Systems Office (NIMA)
- Exploratory Shaft
- Explorer Scout
- Explosives Safety
Samples in periodicals archive:
5 km of exposed structures and discontinuously over at least 2.
The exposed structure of the robot cells means that there are no enclosed spaces.
Roff lights provide the required day-lighting for both the departures hall on the upper level and the arrivals hall at lower level, and allow the exposed structure to be dramatically lit from behind.
He is an adjunct professor at Columbia University and NYU, an active author, lecturer and recognized investigator of structures in distress, and has co-authored the book Exposed Structures in Building Design.
Its solidity is a striking feature for such an old and exposed structure, although it has been repaired and rebuilt over the centuries.
In one large living room are the original mill stones, in another, a clear view of the mill mechanics, there are interesting split levels and massive timber beams of the exposed structure.
Smart still refers to the exposed structure of the forfour as a Tridion safety cell, as it does with the fortwo, but really it does the same job as the monocoque body of a conventional car.