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Architecture Puzzler #218

If you are designing an interior nonbearing floor-to-ceiling masonry wall, would you specify a bond beam top course? Why or why not? Typically about how far can this wall span horizontally between cross walls, piers, columns, corners, etc.?


 

Question from Last Week:
Architecture Puzzler #217

Most of us would recognize him as Zorba but few of us knew him as a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. Which famous movie actor is this?  

Answer to Puzzler #217


 

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