Standard and Mixed Bond Patterns

Style

Diagram

Diagram

Stacked Bond

Cottesloe

Sorrento

Vaucluse

Half Bond

Stone is laid in a coursed pattern where every second vertical joint is the same & generally occurs to the centre of the adjacent block/brick above and below. 

Stone is stacked in a bond on top of each other with the bedding and perpendicular joint in the same gridline.

A set arrangement of stone pieces that form a repeatable pattern.

Stone is set in a coursed height of 330mm with blended lengths.

500

500

660

500

660

350

330

290

245

240

Mixed

Mixed

Mixed

330/245
/160

330/160

330/160

Mixed lengths of stone arranged in course heights of 330, 245 and 160mm.

350

330

290

245

240

500

480

660

480

660

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Block     Cladding

 

Random Patterns

Style

Diagram

Diagram

Tuscan
Cladding

Free Stone

Mosaic
Cladding

Fragmented pieces of cladding are shaped by the layer and pieced together generally without mortar joints. Laid with a flush surface.

Stone is rubbled to the edges and laid in a random strata form creating horizontal planes.

The term freestone is used to describe a style of walling in which the pieces are laid in an apparently random or free pattern.

Mixed Pieces

Mixed Pieces

Mixed Pieces*

* Cream, Biscuit or a mixture of both can be ordered.

Cladding

Stone