Sand-Casted Architecture

Sand-casted Architecture is a construction method that involves pouring molten metal or concrete into a mold made of sand. The sand mold is created by packing sand around a pattern of the desired shape and then removing the pattern to leave a cavity that can be filled with the molten material. Sand-casting has been used for centuries to create a variety of architectural elements, such as columns, balustrades, and ornamental details. This method is particularly well-suited for creating complex and intricate shapes that would be difficult or expensive to produce using other methods.

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