Wedyn mae'r to, sydd yn cael ei ddisgrifio fel un "hammer-beam
" yn dechnegol ac o ran pensaerniaeth.
The Town Court is unchanged since it was designed by York architect Robert Trollope in 1655 and the room features a hammer-beam
roof with carved masks supporting the various guilds of the town.
Whilst the Tudor State Apartments are magnificent--with the Great Hall's spectacular hammer-beam
roof (left) and the Great Watching Chamber's gold-leafed ceiling, and the walls in both decorated with sumptuous sixteenth-century tapestries--they currently give visitors little sense of what it was actually like to be present at Henry VIII's court.
Beneath the central tower a wide staircase takes you to the great hall, soaring three storeys high to the open hammer-beam
Not just for God's presence, perhaps, but at the hammer-beam
roof, restored 20 years ago.
They do not require the cover of gothic arches and hammer-beam
It is considered one of the state's most significant examples of Gothic Revival architecture, with purist details like a functional hammer-beam
roof and a paneled altar decorated with strapwork designs flanking a center embroidered cross.
Under the glowering hammer-beam
ceilings of Saskatoon's Third Avenue United Church, a new opera was given in concert version in early June.