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12×24 Post and Beam Pavilion Plan

12x24 Post and Beam Pavilion 3D

Are you wanting the beauty and strength of heavy timbers but want to avoid cutting all the traditional joinery? Take a look at this 12×24 post and beam pavilion plan! It is a great medium size that can fit in many landscapes, yet it is big enough to accommodate multiple activities- think of an outdoor kitchen and dining pavilion, for one!

This frame gets a lot of strength from the sizable timbers and its roof structure. The king post trusses support a roof composed of rafters, purlins, and battens. The frame is securely fastened with Connext connectors, Connext, and structural screws. Originally designed for the snow loads of the High Sierras, this frame will be a joy to behold for decades to come!

There are 288 square feet between the posts of this 12×24 post and beam pavilion plan. The tall posts (the top of the tie beam is over 10 feet high) and the 7:12 roof pitch give you a nice lofty ceiling height. The overall height of this frame is just a bit under 15 feet.

Our plans are full of all the information you need to successfully complete this project. The construction set has 10 pages of 3D drawings, including an X-ray axonometric so you can see how everything fits together. We give you dimensioned post and roof plans, elevations and sections with callouts showing where the connectors go. The piece set has 11 pages showing every timber with dimensions for each cut. As soon as you make your purchase you will receive a link to download the pdf plans. They are best printed at 11×17, but you can print them on letter size for study purposes.

12x24 Post and Beam Pavilion (42202) Construction Overview
12x24 Post and Beam Pavilion (42202) Piece Overview

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