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Hammerhead Stoneworks offers a stone fire pit design solution for small patio spaces. This past spring I built what I call an Invisible Fire Pit. This is a design solution for a small patio area. A typical stone fire pit … Continue reading
This set of stone steps replaced a worn bank that was prone to washing out in a good rain and becoming slippery and messy. And while not eh formal entrance to the house, this is the main access for the … Continue reading
I just added a new portfolio page for Amy’s steps.
This is the beginning of a set of drystone steps that fall on a very tight radius. This is a new challenge and one I’m truly enjoying. When completed it’ll be a set of eight steps that lead to a … Continue reading
I’ve recently started a new project in West Asheville, building a drystone patio under the deck of a new green-built home. In this image sunlight filters through the decking. I’m using a sandstone, presumably from Tennessee. I’ve switched suppliers recently … Continue reading
I recently finished this small drystone path and patio behind an Asheville residence. The patio is square, but the perspective of the photo makes it look like a trapezoid.
A couple of weekends ago, I led a workshop at the NC Arboretum on building stone benches. First thing in the morning we studied images of various benches, stone-cutting techniques and ways to move heavy objects safely and with relative … Continue reading
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Here’s the scene at the entrance to the Rock Hill horse farm. The connecting wall will top out at about 28 inches, so there’s a bit more to go. The far column has some sample caps resting in place. Columns … Continue reading