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Good loam and clay, a bespoke mould and plenty of muscle power. The manual workers use all their force to beat and compress the damp clay into the sandy mould. The traces of this manual production process form the special attraction that is regarded as so valuable in today’s age of standardised mass goods.
The manual procedure enables the cost-effective production of all structural details and moulded pieces – even in the smallest quantities. This makes this the ideal solution for conservation projects where historic structures are restored true to the original materials and designs.