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.

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. 

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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