Impressively skilled bricklayers, Vault construction.

Impressively skilled bricklayers, Vault construction.


The Catalan vault, is a technique of traditional Catalan building. Phone to contact the bricklayer in video description. This technique, when bricklayers are skilled enough, can build with good speed and without using formwork,
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The skill of the bricklayers is the decisive factor in its construction In the seventeenth century, Italian architects and master works that had kept alive the art of vaults, were called by the nobility and the church of the kingdoms of the Iberian peninsula, to build all kinds of buildings. These architects and works of Italian masters to Spain imported the method of «volte di quarto» and initiated in the corresponding technical guilds of masons, which the widely spread throughout the peninsula with a more than remarkable success in Madrid. These vaults have been standing for centuries until today. enduring wars, earthquakes, floods and all kinds of weather. The friar of the Order of the Augustinians, Fray Lorenzo de San Nicolás, that he worked as foreman at the Court of Madrid, popularized the name “Catalan vault» in recognition of the good offices of the masons and master builders of the Principality of Catalonia who worked there, which were distinguished by perfection and showing courage in building the timbrel vaults. … You can contact the brick Layers, the phone number (Mexico) is in the video description. Earthquakes?? no problem, its curved shape, the vault is self-sustaining. and tougher than any flat roof. The Mexican Boveda appears mid-nineteenth century in the states of Querétaro and Jalisco. Contrary to the Catalan Vault, the bricks are glued face, leaving visible singing. They use a handmade common brick of 5 x 10 x 20 centimeters. mortar composed of cement, lime and sand in 1:1:8 ratio. varying according to the craftsman. This craftsman in particular, Hugo Martinez, share their mix in the following video: goo.gl/C6Rl2W These vaults support their own weight, and in many cases, they built above them. The craftsmen are true artists, and that take advantage of discolored bricks… or burned bricks to make beautiful designs (see end of video). His work paid per square meter (you can ask for the current price), and the final cost may even be less than a common concrete slab (here in Queretaro). This vault bears a design that the artisan called “mat”.
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00:08:20,162 –>00:08:36,358They have been hired to do vaults even overseas. to which gladly have agreed with and hosting diem covered. I asked the craftsman on the possibility of building a second floor. He gives us his explanation about. Artisan — Yes, I have been asked if it is possible to make a second floor above. And I say yes, must fill in the top and is ready to a second floor. Now, many ideas have come filled with bottles in the corners, the deepest part con botellas vacías (PET) filled with empty bottles and so little weight is added. Plastic Bottles?? yes, plastic bottles (PET) and it is little the weight that is aded. what comes charging is this part here, and the walls and they put up a mesh. And that mesh with concrete at least about 5 centimeters, and does not load all the vault but only this part here, and the walls. and if it holds for a second plant, we make a special preparation to hold blocks. do a more low vault. Here are some samples of the work of this artisan. bricks can be cornered, and colors by cooking, make different designs. It is also very common to place the center, a lantern, as skylight. Imagination is the limit of the artisans. The domes can cover very large areas, if the artisan is skillful. This vault has about 20 years since its construction, and it requires a brushed to remove the salt. The vaults are you extremely warm in winter and cool in summer. What is very important is the top cover, mesh and concrete, to provide good waterproofing. In the state of Queretaro, Mexico, the vaults are very common, as you can see. Finished with its layer of concrete, can be waterproofed as any ceiling. Thank you for watching this video, do not forget to subscribe and share it, let your “like”. Comments are welcome.

100 thoughts on “Impressively skilled bricklayers, Vault construction.

  1. Maestros de Maestros son unos Artesanos soy constructor civil en varias areas de las construcciones me saco el casco o sombrero ante Uds SRS con todo mi respeto saludos cordiales muy agradecido de poder aprender cada día más desde provincia de San Luis Argentina

  2. Охренеть как так? Без шаблона чисто на глаз. Что у него за клей кто знает?

  3. Так и не мудрено для этих мастеров так работать и показывать высший пилотаж, ведь это потомки майя, а там у них и покруче были произведения. Молодцы ребята,сохранили традиции своих предков!!!

  4. 8:45.

    Gotta be this fast to get hired🤣😂
    There's no competition.

    He's simply the world's fastest brick Mason!!!

    I hope he gets paid per brick!

  5. I'm a 4th generation brick mason my great grandfather came here from VASTO ITALY my grandfather told me when I was 8 years old that I was born with cement in my eyes!!!!!

  6. Credit goes to the helper too. He is hauling ass to clean the excess mortar and give the vault the finished look.

  7. Dear friends,😍
    I' wonder
    if anyone knows what cement can be used with this normal cement,??? please tell me.🤔🙄🙄🙄🙄

  8. Esse trabalho não é para pedreiro. Ele é um artesão de mão cheia. Parabéns por postar este video, o mundo precisa conhecer a sua incrível arte.

  9. а потом лет через 200 будут говорить что это циклопы ложили, ну или наинопланетяне))

  10. Exelente trabajo de admiración y respeto un feliz día para todos los maestros del mundo muchos pero muchos abrazos

  11. Seriously impressive, he's either using superglue in the mortar, gravity defying bricks, or the guy is a true magician

  12. Excelente video!!! La bóveda es simplemente hermosa!!! Felicidades un trabajo sin igual. Me podrías compartir las medidas del ladrillo y las porciones de la mezcla utilizada??? Saludos!!!

  13. Sir can you tell me please how to hold the bricks without any supporter on the ceiling ? which cement did you use please. My future drams to make same home .. if you give me more introduction about working .

  14. When I visited my uncle in Mexico he hired a very skilled brick layer to build his house. I spent a lot of time just watching the guy work.

  15. 5:29 cement lime and sand 1:1:8 ??? How is it even possible ? 8 parts sand to 1 part cement? wont it become all sandy and weak ?

  16. Мастер в цементный раствор яичный белок добавляет. У нас раньше храмы, церкви, крепости так строили. И расход маленький раствора. Заметили как мало кладет?

  17. If you can lift a brick from hand to hand, arm to arm, all day, breaking for 5 min every hour and 20 min break evey 3 hours, for 8 hours straight….you're in. the door, then comes the hard part.

  18. Me gusta mucho su trabajo Hermoso nomas tengo una pregunta como limpiar el ladrillo sepillo de alambre y usa algun quimico para q quede totalmente limpio? Ojala me pueda dar la respuesta gracias felicidades por su obra de arte

  19. Каменьщик ОГОНЬ! Классное, полезное видео для тех кто умеет и любит чтото делать своими руками! Либо строить дома либо машины ))

  20. Это просто мастерство молодци,средней азии таких 1000 лет назад делоли

  21. Тут всё просто. Кирпичи из пенопласта. Оаствор на суперклее.

  22. Браво, мексиканцы! 💝
    Кто любит трудиться, тот научиться всему.

  23. 👏👏👏👏👏👏👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷

  24. Крыша куполом из кирпича, оптимальное решение для их местности, медленно нагревается и медленно остывает, а значит днём не жарко и ночью не холодно. Дождей там почти нет, снега нет вообще, так что купольная крыша, это правильное решение, и дешевое к тому же.

  25. Блин! А почему оно всё не падает??? Купол без опор внутри!!! Как он держится-то???

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