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Mosaic tesserae was a common external finishing treatmentapplied to many buildings during the 1960s and 1970s. Comprising small marble or ceramic tiles bonded to a background material such as concrete or sometimes brick, the finish has been found to be durable. However, problems of adhesion failure are common, leading to...

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