Are you an experienced timber framer looking for an amazing frame to build? Take a look at this 14×28 shed and dormer pavilion! This bandshell-like frame is a truly unique and complex structure. It’s made up of two 14’x21’ shed-roofed sections that are joined by a triangular dormered bay. You will enjoy looking at it from any side – the tall face is enhanced by awning roofs that give it style and protection from rain and sun. And the lower faces are complemented by the angled dormer bay.
Two 294 square foot bays are angled at 120 degrees and joined by a 90 square foot dormer for a total of 678 sq ft. These shed roofs make a great place to install solar panels; depending on the orientation they can capture solar energy all day long! The ceiling height ranges from 10’9” up to 17’5”. The timbers are a mix of 8xs for the posts and plates; 6xs for the principal rafters and girts; and 4xs for the braces and rafters.
The shed roofs climb at 6:12 pitch up to a height of over nineteen feet. The generous 2 ½ and 3 foot overhangs add a ton of style. There are awnings on the tall side of the structure that add even more interest, and extra protection from the elements.
You get two drawing sets with this 14×28 shed and dormer pavilion plan. There are 7 pages in the construction drawing set. In them, we give you 3D axonometric drawings showing the built frame and exploded 3D drawings so you can see how the main timbers work together. We include a fully dimensioned plan, section and elevation drawings, and a timber and fastener list to make purchasing your materials easy. The piece drawing plan set is a whopping 52 pages showing each cut on every timber. And each timber is labeled on both drawing sets so you can place it in the frame. Both sets are instantly-downloadable once you make your purchase.
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