coursed masonry

coursed masonry

A masonry construction in which the stones are laid in regular courses, not irregularly as in rough or random stonework.
See also: Masonry
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coursed masonry, course work

Masonry construction in which the stones are laid in regular courses, not irregularly as in rough or random rubble.
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As it is, only from key vantage points, when putting on something of a squint, do the painted, randomly coursed masonry walls and vertical glazing transport you to a more remote Aaltoesque setting.
The roughly coursed masonry gives this country house immense character.