Authors: Luke Allen, Andrew Charleson, Svetlana Brzev, and Charles Scawthorn
This online Glossary explains around 400 terms contained in the GEM Building Taxonomy v 2.0 and nearly 700 images.
The terms have been listed in alphabetical and numerical order. Text description of each term is accompanied by illustrations (photos and/or drawings) where possible.
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Stone masonry construction is usually composed of stones and mortar. The stones range from unshaped field stones (rubble masonry construction) to shaped stone blocks (dressed stone masonry).