I'm somewhat familiar with slipform masonry building with rubble stones, but I'm wondering if it is possible to build a freeform structure with rubble and concrete/mortar so one can have, say, a round building?
posted 8 years ago
Chloe Taylor wrote: Well what i would be advising for is, go for a concrete struture if you are looking for some thing that has got strength and able to with stand the forces of nature.....
I would actually advise to avoid concrete if you want some thing that has got strength and able to with stand the forces of nature..... It's only taken 50 years or so to show concrete to be a very inferior building material- especially modern, high strength concrete.
Tyler, all you need to use traditional stone masonry. The world is full of round stone walls that are hundreds of years old. It takes more skill and labor, but it will last along time if done correctly