timber-framed

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timber-framed

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timbered

adj
(Building) framed by exposed timbers
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Adj.1.timber-framed - framed by exposed timbers; "a magnificently timbered old barn"
timbered - furnished with or made of wood or timbers; "timbered walls"
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ONE of Scotland's top timber-frame firms are giving construction workers the chance to structure their careers.
Tom Lynch isn't quite so certain of the economics but he and his family could not be more pleased with the 2,000-square-foot addition Hardwick Post and Beam built onto their antique, timber-frame farmhouse on Lanes Road in Westminster.
But Veldhuizen says he finds the mixtures of straw or wood chips with clay "really intriguing," particularly for the enclosures, or walls, of a timber-frame home.
The locust was used for timber-frame accents and structural members in the house and porch.
Today, he works in conjunction with his brother-in-law, Ian Dejoseph of South Wabi Creek Timber Frames, a contractor who specializes in post and beam and timber-frame homes.
are often incorporated into new timber-frame buildings.
Some 9,000 homes were built in Scotland and England using its timber-frame kits.
A housebuilder specialising in timber-frame properties has started work on its first major development after agreeing a funding package.
The use of traditional timber-frame detailing with mortise and tenon joints, for example, is a proven safeguard against earthquake collapse, with all masonry being independently reinforced and non load-bearing.
It was later sold to the Smithsonian Institution, which exhibited the timber-frame house from 1967 until 1982.