solid masonry wall

solid masonry wall

A wall built of solid masonry units, laid contiguously, with joints between completely filled with mortar.
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This means solid masonry wall constructions and timber roof structures made by joiners - the core ingredients that have contributed to our expertly-built houses for the last five decades.
But the walls of Queen's Building, Emmanuel College, Cambridge (AR February 1996) show how stone can be given back its integrity as a contemporary solid masonry wall. The building is a 200-seat concert hall adjacent to a seventeenth-century chapel by Wren, built of Ketton stone.
The existing facility had been primarily composed of solid masonry walls. The new project called for transparency, energy, and lightness of form.
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The building is nothing but solid masonry walls, tiled rooms, poured concrete, iron and steel.