As a building method tested and improved throughout the ages, it is not surprising that timberframing is currently enjoying a world-wide resurgence. Lasting strength and beauty, combined with a visual celebration of the structure holding the roof above our heads, makes this style of building very suited to human habitation.
For more reading on the history, uniques styles, and rediscovery of timberframing, please see our reference literature section.
Mortise and tenon joint. A basic form of a standard tying joint.
Scarf joint. Used to extend the length of a timber.