running bond

running bond

[′rən·iŋ ¦bänd]
(civil engineering)
A masonry bond involving the placing of each brick as a stretcher and overlapping the bricks in adjoining courses.

running bond

Same as stretcher bond. See also: Bond

stretcher bond, running bond, stretching bond

stretcher bond
In masonry, a bond in which bricks or stones are laid lengthwise; all courses are laid as
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Used in both running bond and soldier stack patterns, the rich brick palette provides a unique and subtle texture.
You can lay your patio or terrace in a number of different ways - circular, herringbone, basketweave, fan or the running bond, which is a simple, linear pattern, and probably the easiest to install.
Another way designers and contractors can place their tiles is by using the running bond pattern with rectangular tiles so that the widest part of these tiles are perpendicular to the entrance of the room; this will essentially create the same effect as the diagonal pattern.
Facade consisting of metal slats laid in running bond, staircases are covered with a metal mesh facade, applying a sun protection system from Leichtmetallraffstore.
the system has a running bond configuration so no patterns are required.
To build the walls, straw bales (called "square" bales, even though each bale is more rectangular with dimensions of about 14 inches x 18 inches x 40 inches) are placed on a raised footing, or foundation, in a running bond pattern.
Lavish bathrooms feature walnut vanities with Carrera marble vanity tops, ceramic tile floors, white running bond ceramic tile walls and polished chrome fixtures.
Similarly, the repetitive modules of the building skin, precisely laid up in running bond, are not merely a human construct but also a canvas on which nature is at work, rendering ambiguous the boundary between the real and representation, and between nature and the artifact.
Set the second course using the running bond pattern with the desired batter (Figure 18-9).
He added: "I think we messed it up running Bond City over six furlongs at Doncaster.
Earthbags alone work as a stable foundation, stacked and tamped in layers in a running bond, and secured together with barbed wire.