Coursed Stone & Running Bond Patterns

Bridges, sound walls, and guard rails take on a natural and rustic appearance with the addition of Stone patterns from Custom Rock Formliner. The use of stones in architecture dates back centuries and injects any architectural concrete project with a look of strength, charm, and historical significance—even if it was erected only yesterday.

Custom Rock Formliner offers a wide selection of stone patterns and textures—including ashlar, drystack, cobblestone, fieldstone and flagstone—all with textures molded from natural stones and laid out in both standard and custom coursings.

Coursed Stone & Running Bond

Running bond is a technique for laying out patterns made with masonry bricks or stone blocks.  The width, height and textures of the bricks and blocks vary widely; it’s the way they’re laid out that creates the running bond pattern. Laid out in rows, on top of each other, with an off-set vertical grout joint the running bond technique lends an asymmetrical composition to any architectural concrete project.

Coursed Stone & Running Bond Formliner Patterns

1102 Rectangular Cut Stone

#1102 Rectangular Cut Stone (24″ Coursing) [Keyed]

1102 Formliner Pattern

#1102-R2 Rectangular Cut Stone (24″ Coursing) [Keyed]

1104 Random Cut Stone

#1104 Random Cut Stone (14 3/4″ Coursing) [Keyed]

1104-R2 Random Cut Stone

#1104-R2 Random Cut Stone (14 3/4″ Coursing) [Keyed]

1106 Random Cut Stone

#1106 Random Cut Stone (12″ Coursing) [Keyed]

1106-R2 Random Cut Stone

#1106-R2 Random Cut Stone (12″ Coursing) [Keyed]

#1109 Courthouse Foundation Stone (9″ Coursing) [Keyed]

1114 Random Cut Stone

#1114 Random Cut Stone (9″ Coursing) [Keyed]

1114-R2 Random Cut Stone

#1114-R2 Random Cut Stone (9″ Coursing) [Keyed]

1116 Canal Pkwy Random Cut Stone

#1116 Canal Parkway Random Cut Stone (24″ Coursing)

1121 Running Bond Limestone

#1121 Running Bond Limestone [Keyed]

1123 Random Cut Stone

#1123 Random Cut Stone (11.5″ Coursing) [Keyed]

1124 Random Cut Stone

#1124 8″ Random Cut Stone [Keyed]

#1126 Kasota Split Faced Stone

1301 Random Running Bond

#1301 Random Running Bond (12″ Coursing approx)

1502 Arch Street Bridge Limestone

#1502 Arch Street Bridge Limestone (21″ Coursing)

1503 Large Cut Stone

#1503 Large Cut Stone (28.25″ Coursing)

2401 Running Bond Ashlar Stone

#2401 Running Bond Ashlar Stone (12″x24″ stones)

2404 Red River Stone

#2404 Red River Stone

2406 Coursing Ashlar Stone

#2406 16″ Coursing Ashlar Stone (Random Width Stones)

#2407 7.25″ Coursing Ashlar Stone (Random Width Stones)

#2408 18″ Coursing Ashlar Stone (Random Width Stones, 1 1/4″ Relief)

#2409 Rectangular Cut Stone (24″ Coursing)

#2410 Random Cut Stone (14 3/4″ Coursing)

#2411 Random Cut Stone (12″ Coursing)

#2412 Courthouse Foundation Stone (9″ Coursing)

#2415 Random Cut Stone (16″ Coursing)

11002 Weathered Limestone

#2419 Weathered Limestone (24″ Coursing)

11002 Weathered Limestone

#11002 Weathered Limestone (24″ Coursing)

11016 Formliner Pattern

#11016 Random Cut Stone (16″ Coursing) [Keyed]

12008 Mankato Cut Stone

#12008 Mankato Cut Stone

12012 Weathered Limestone

#12012 Weathered Limestone

12018 Ohio Limestone

#12018 Ohio Limestone

12026 Kasota Plinth Block

#12026 Kasota Plinth Block [Keyed]

12029 Crosstown Limestone

#12029 Crosstown Limestone [Large]

12031 Formliner Pattern

#12031 Crosstown Limestone [Keyed]

12032 Formliner Pattern

#12032 24″ Rough Slate Cut Stone [Keyed]

12033 Formliner Pattern

#12033 12″ Rough Slate Cut Stone

12036 split face stone formliner

#12036 Split Face Stone

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With beautiful patterns, exceptional customer service, and a focus on the details, Custom Rock Formliner is the formliner resource you’ve been looking for. Contact Custom Rock Formliner to discover what we can do for you.