stack bond

stack bond

In brickwork, a patterned bond where the facing brick is laid with all vertical joints aligned; in stone veneer masonry, a pattern in which single units are set with continuous vertical and horizontal joints.
See also: Bond
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stack bond, stacked bond

stack bond, 2
1. In brickwork, a pattern bond; the facing brick is laid with all vertical joints continuously aligned. The brick is bonded to the backing by metal ties.
2. In stone veneer masonry, a pattern in which units of a single size are set with continuous vertical and horizontal joints.
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Biq's bricks are a rough reddish brown, assembled in a basic stack bond, so that all the short facades only show headers and the long facades stretchers.
Homogenous planes of stack bonded red brick soar through the space subtly layered and fractured to admit daylight.