Broken blocks: A random rubble effect using sawed limestone blocks with a recessed mortar joint. Normally laid as a 110mm facing or outer leaf with cavity.

Bookleaf limestone: Similar limestone facade as ‘Broken Blocks’ however using sawn blocks with a chipped rock face. All blocks are laid horizontally to create a layered ‘book leaf’ appearance. This is a facing or cladding only – not used as a structural wall. One of the highlights of this style was working with Grounds Kent Architects on the beautiful Dalkeith residence.

Limestone blocks: Creative Stone Construction has extensive experience in all types of limestone block construction. A combination of blocks and any of the styles can be used to complement your stone construction.

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