If it is random rubble
the best solution is to build a frame using 2x3 timber CLS.
The ground floor is a unifying geological strata, with dark limestone paving bearing the imprints of thousands of fossils, and the main street frontage is clad in undressed grey limestone laid in a random rubble
In a property feature article in Homes & Gardens magazine back in 1955, attention was drawn to the random rubble
walling of Kentish rag design in the ground-floor rooms as being a main feature, while Gothic arches lent 'a distinctive character to a house that is full of individuality and charm'.
In front, a terrace, honed out of smooth marble to contrast with rough medieval random rubble
, provides a promenade and, as it were, an ante-room to mesh-defined spaces.
Stephen Tudball is job architect for the two-storey, steel framed structure with its five dental surgeries and three physio consulting rooms clad in 150mm thick random rubble
The Victorian stables were gutted down to their random rubble
walls, an intermediate floor was inserted and the roof was reslated at the original pitch.
Above the fabled and astonishingly precise Inca masonry of the base levels, upper parts were probably made of random rubble
skimmed with render.
A differentiation of the structure from heavy below (reinforced concrete floors, random rubble
walls and fireplaces) to lightweight above (steel superstructure) helps to root the house securely into its site.
Entrance elevations are of white render relieved by random rubble
, which forms a notional plinth.