Hopefully this is the correct forum to post this sort of question, but on a recent trip to Mexico, my wife and i saw many examples of gently curved walls in what we were calling mexican-style. Perhaps it is better known as Santa Fe, or adobe? I have searched these forums, and googled looking for construction techiques used down there in Puerto Vallarta, but so far i am coming up blank.
Can anyone help with pointers, how-to's, urls etc? That would be awesome, drew..
drew, tried to post pic. but wont let me. i live in swest texas and have curved entrance to courtyard with walls made of brick...address? no spam or virus i promise
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