Broken | Random Range Ashlar Masonry

Broken ashlar, or random range ashlar, is a form of stone masonry that deploys tooled ashlar blocks in horizontal courses consisting of varied bricks within each same sized course. Each course may be broken into smaller intervals of two or more courses as necessary which will provide a more organic and layered pattern.


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Process: Finely cut and dressed stones
Uses: Heavy structures, piers and abutments
Style: Heavy, layered organic



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Broken | Random Range Ashlar Stone Masonry wall elevation

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Stone masonry is a form of construction using natural stone and mortar to make load-bearing and non-bearing walls. Stone masonry types are distinguished by how tooled the stones are and whether the stones are laid in consistent mortared horizontal courses or organized in random or uncoursed ways.

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