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20/11/17(Mon)12:59
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Compensatiesteen

>>34063 nice!

Did you hear about this new CO2 Smart Grid bloc?
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20/11/17(Mon)09:30

We have a fine history of brickwork in the UK. In fact my father worked for several brick companies selling and advising on bricks of all kinds.

16/11/17(Thu)16:07
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More in the UK

Some bit of history on twisted brickwork

http://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/brick/brickwork.html

Not the same still note worthy
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skew_arch

Btw, those >>0 are from a pizza joint in Ohio.

16/11/17(Thu)15:27

>>34054 true statement. I have seen arched brickwork before, but the transition is usually made up in the mortar. It take a genius level of commitment to your craft to do what this gent has done.

15/11/17(Wed)14:39

I had no idea about the cutting and support until I watched the video. This mason certainly is a genius in his trade.
All those templates he uses are amazing.
Might be interesting to know who thought this structure up?
Might also be interesting to know how much it cost?

14/11/17(Tue)15:52

Wow, that is some painstaking detail. Impressive stuff

14/11/17(Tue)15:44

That's some sweet brickwork!