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Jonathan Miller Architects
French Colonial Residence
Ideabooks1,490
Questions3
Running bond brick pattern on porch
Running Bond Possibly the most common of brick patterns, the running bond consists
3. Running BondPossibly the most common of brick patterns, the running bond consists of rows and rows of brick where the ends of the bricks in one course align with the centers of the bricks above and below them.
“running bond” — treecrashbath
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Colman
Ideabooks466
Questions1
transition from public to private. This example uses stacked bonding, unlike the more typical running bond.
This example uses stacked bonding, unlike the more typical running bond. Since the stacked bond does not gain structural strength from interlocking blocks, these
height as one moves closer to the house, like a means of transition from public to private. This example uses stacked bonding, unlike the more typical running bond. Since the stacked bond does not gain structural strength from interlocking blocks, these walls — not retaining walls, but site features — most
I like the stacked bonding instead of offset bonding. Looks sandblasted too.
height as one moves closer to the house, like a means of transition from public to private. This example uses stacked bonding, unlike the more typical running bond. Since the stacked bond does not gain structural strength from interlocking blocks, these walls — not retaining walls, but site features — most
“Stacked bond layout of concrete block” — samihoo
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Enivronmentally Friendly
Ideabooks1,862
Questions4
installers. 2 recent references, licensed, bonded.
Look for a solar pro who: offer s strong warranty. Be sure the inverter is covered or 10 years and the panels for 20 - 25, use EU manufactured ones, don't outsource installation, is licensed and bonded, 2 recent customer references
manufacturer goes belly up. o Doesn’t outsource installation. There will be more accountability if things don’t go according to plan. o Is licensed and bonded, and no major complaints have been filed with the Better Business Bureau. o Can supply at least two recent customer references.
manufacturer goes belly up. Doesn’t outsource installation. There will be more accountability if things don’t go according to plan. Is licensed and bonded, and no major complaints have been filed with the Better Business Bureau. Can supply at least two recent customer references.
“wade” — jaymagobrogge
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Identity Construction
5 Reviews
galnick exterior
Ideabooks1,936
Questions6
Is stacked bond more expensive than running bond and if so, why? Also can you give me an idea on how much more expensive based on a percentage as compared to running bond? Thank you
what I thought, but a contractor is telling me it will cost more for stacked bond. It doesn't make sense to me, as it uses the same material, and it can't be that much more difficult to build a stacked bond vs running bond. You bring up a different question, though. Why does an "exposed" wall (similar
“Stack Bond CMU with smooth stucco” “Stacked bond CMU, exterior space, fire pit” “Intersecting horizontal and vertical planes; CMU joints in alignment” “sandblasted cmu walls, heavy
“firepit, overhang” — Lisa Morton
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Sea Ranch Residence
Ideabooks1,294
Questions5
I wish that our homes bond with and become inseparable from their land. Whether it’s Palladio’s Villa Rotunda or Wright’s Fallingwater or anything else, all good homes start with an inexorable bond with the land they are part of. Form, color, view, topography,
house, ask your architect to consider how the land and home will bond.
"I wish that our homes bond with and become inseparable from their land. " by the architect.. that is something so important. To work with what is there - and make the package beautiful.
I wish that our homes bond with and become inseparable from their land. Whether it’s Palladio’s Villa Rotunda or Wright’s Fallingwater or anything else, all good homes start with an inexorable bond with the land they are part of. Form, color, view, topography
“Shingles” — THINK Architecture - John Shirley
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks2,364
Questions4
can use 12 x 12 square tile, laid out in RUNNING BOND PATTERN
Brick Offset or Running Bond set tile
Tile pattern called offset or running bond
Running bond pattern. Offset pattern. The tiles are offset by half the width of the tile.
how tile is laid: running bond (brick or offset pattern). Tiles offset by half the width of the tile
3. Running bond. This basic layout is also called a brick or offset pattern. The tiles are offset by half the width of the tile.
“gray tiles mixed with brown” — tssundquist
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
Ideabooks2,175
Questions2
chose a bond pattern as well, but the pavers are regionally salvaged granite set more loosely than above. The looser joints allow for plantings between the stone, for a more rustic setting.
for driveway = his designer chose a bond pattern
This designer chose a bond pattern as well, but the pavers are regionally salvaged granite set more loosely than above. The looser joints allow for plantings between the stone
This designer chose a bond pattern as well, but the pavers are regionally salvaged granite set more loosely than above. The looser joints allow for plantings between the stone, for a more rustic setting.
“planting between the stones” — lbp0003
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Serpentine Stone
Ideabooks1,637
Questions3
CMU - stack bond with recessed grout joints
Stack bond CMU...stack bonded
“push out windows for living room” — Holly Matson_Ross
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