overscaled

o·ver·scale

 (ō′vər-skāl′) or o·ver·scaled (-skāld′)
adj.
Being of a size or scope that is greater than usual; unusually large or extensive: overscale furniture; an overscaled jacket.

overscaled

(ˌəʊvəˈskeɪld)
adj
on an excessive scale
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There are chunky white Portuguese ceramic vases with a 3D texture, Italian ceramic vessels that are overscaled, handmade using century-old traditions, huge, open-weave wood baskets, and a pendant sphere handmade in the Philippines.
A Voltage Overscaled Low-Power Digital Filter IC ",IEEE Journal of solid-state circuits, 39(2).
At this moment, Barney made it clear that the strength of his subject position was no longer guaranteed; while much of his subsequent work--marked by Wagnerian efforts to revivify myth--tacitly acknowledges this imperiled status too, its interest in overscaled production points in another direction.
In addition, its Williamsburg collection added the Ashland and Shalimar Resist lines, both handloomed on jacquard looms in a textural blend of viscose, wool and cotton, as well as the addition of an overscaled damask pattern to its existing Filigree line.
Try not to be dazzled by a colossal chandelier if your bathroom is tiny, although overscaled pieces can look effective, if your chosen item is way too big for the space the bathroom will feel cramped.
Walsh and luridly lighted by Sarah Lurie, that consists of an inspiring view of an overscaled Statue of Liberty holding the torch of liberty over the harbor --and the front stoop and back alley of the tenement house that will be their first home.
They must now reconsider financing developer Joe O'Reilly's flawed plans for a shopping centre on this site which now appear dated and overscaled.
They called on interior designer Sally Trout to take it from country mouse--think overscaled furniture, faux French doors flanking a Colonial fireplace, and a color palette of yellows, greens, blacks and bur-gundies--to serene city sophisticate.
The beautiful stems of the Acanthus flower,maybe overscaled in a highly intricate pattern in ROSARIO but the result is an exquisitely detailed cotton jacquard with an impressively smooth finish.
Then there is the prime example of a useless column, the overscaled monument to Nelson in Trafalgar Square, 52 metres high, designed by William Railton.
In the end, many of the motifs were incorporated in real buildings where they did not always work, for instance in the overscaled No 1 Poultry in the City of London, one of Big Jim's posthumous buildings.
Big and beautiful, overscaled patterns make a hard-to-miss statement in the home.