Rockwork


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Rockwork

Quarry-faced masonry; any stonework in which the surface is left irregular and rough.

rockwork

1. Quarry-faced masonry.
2. Stone-work in which the surface is left irregular and rough.
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e name Rococo is thought to derive from a combination of the French word for rock-rock work, rocaille, and for shell, coquille and was originally used as a jibe to poke fun at the aristocratic fashion for rockwork grottos plastered with seashells.
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This is especially true for the sculptured artificial rockwork pools, where a surface applied waterproofing is not aesthetically or economically viable.
Carrying numerous distinctive types of rocks and stones for landscaping and homes, the company provides material for an array of projects including sidewalks, patios, decks, water features, pool accents, inside daccor as well as exterior stone siding and exterior custom rockwork of all types.
The first stage of the project will see the ground cleared to uncover the original cascade and rockwork.
Many of these installations reflect a great deal of time and effort on the part of the builder, and it's sad that the rockwork isn't up to the level of the rest of the project.
The range, with its glaciers and valleys, is a canvas of rockwork, carvings, and paintings--creating a forced perspective where closer-in objects have a massive look while appliques trick the eye into perceiving far-off objects.
A bed combining conifers and heathers, perhaps enhanced with rockwork, becomes a stylish feature in the garden all year, but especially in late winter.
A bed combining conifers and heathers, perhaps enhanced with rockwork,becomes a stylish feature in the garden all year but especially in late winter.
Our work with roundwood carpentry could greatly reduce transport and lumber waste through milling, and the rockwork renaissance offers substantial foundations, floors and features".
We step over the remains of rockwork fences, laid up when Otey Butte was an island in a sea of tule marshes and reachable only by boat.
The habitat features extensive rockwork above and below the surface of the water and several platforms on which the whales can slide to within inches of guests.