Timber-framed building

Timber-framed building

A building having timbers as its structural elements, except for the foundations.

timber-framed building

spike grid timber connector, joint employing two timber connectors is shown below
A building having timbers as its structural elements (except for the foundation); for a description of the major individual components used in such a structure, see collar beam, girt, joist, plate, purlin, rafter, summerbeam, wind brace.
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reported how Taylor, who was jailed for four-and-a-half-years, stuffed newspapers around drainpipes and doors of the timber-framed building before lighting them and setting off for his home nearby.
A gunpowder works which has been hit by flooding, a medieval timber-framed building hit by a lorry and a church designed by architect Nicholas Hawksmoor are also now considered to be under threat.
The Cooperage on the Quayside, a medieval timber-framed building which is a rarity in the North East, is the most significant regional addition to Historic England's Heritage at Risk Register 2017 which is published today.
By 1939, with the Second World War raging, the old timber-framed building was deemed unfit for purpose and the current building, with seven coke furnaces, was constructed onsite.
In its most recent reincarnation, the timber-framed building was being used as a club for swingers - complete with dungeon.
The timber-framed building has warped so much that there's no chance of playing marbles in there ever again.
Station manager Chris Head said: "When fire crews arrived, the timber-framed building containing the function room was fully involved in fire.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park will be constructing a timber-framed building in a day, with a team on hand to talk about the sustainable building system developed by Coed Cymru.
The large timber-framed building around 15 metres by 15 metres in size was blazing when they arrived around 9.
A SPECIAL Cadw property on Anglesey dating back to the 14th century is open to the public every Sunday this month Hafoty at Llansadwrn is regarded as a unique example in North Wales of a timber-framed building which was later enclosed with stone.
Nestled in amongst the tall pines and hardwoods, visitors behold a large barn style timber-framed building surrounded by six other cottages on Anderson Lake.
The walls of the timber-framed building are made of bales of straw covered in lime mortar, and wool from 27 sheep provides the insulation.