A seamless stone texture with in situ concrete arranged in a ashlar pattern. The image represents a physical area of 3101 x 6968 mm (122.1 x 274.3 inches) in total, with each individual block measuring approximately 900 x 450 mm. The joints are filled with a solid fill and are 5 mm (0.2 inches) in width.
In situ concrete is a construction term used to denote any product where the concrete mixture is poured into form on the building site, as opposed to being prefabricated off-site. In situ concrete is popular due to its simple application, cost, and adaptability on site. A variety of finishes can be applied to in situ concrete, including boardmarking, polishing, or roughcasts. Common building elements cast in situ include walls, beams, columns, and floors.
This texture uses a random coursed ashlar pattern, where the height of each row and the width of each block varies. Coursed ashlar is found on many historical stone facades as well as in contemporary stonemasonry.
This image is seamless, meaning it can be tiled repeatedly for use in architectural drawings and 3D models. It can be used as a SketchUp texture, Revit material or imported into Photoshop for use in 2D illustrations. You can download a high resolution version of this texture and a matching bump map or CAD hatch (compatible with AutoCAD and Revit) using Architextures Create with a Pro Subscription.