Random | Uncoursed Ashlar Masonry

Random uncoursed ashlar is a type of stone masonry that uses finely tooled ashlar stones laid in random and discontinuous courses. Consisting of various size stones with highly processed and dressed rectangular shapes, uncoursed ashlar provides a more organic pattern while remaining structurally strong with engineered and controlled joints and bonds.


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



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Random | Uncoursed 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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