Posted by JWmHarmon on April 21, 2002 at 21:18:42:
In Reply to: Sorry... Now I give a detail question posted by Muhammad Sonne on April 11, 2002 at 05:45:08:
From the photos it appears that standard masonry construction would be appropriate. This could be done with proper reinforcing of the masonry. These buildings could also be constructed with a wood or metal frame with a masonry veneer.
I do not know of any specific web sites giving details of construction methods.
Try doing a google.com search; you might find some books that would be helpful. You might try searching for
Dutch masonry construciton
or something similar.
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