Take a look at this gorgeous 16×24 hammer beam pavilion! Two bays create a beautiful repetition in the sculptural trusses of this structure. Though a bit more complex to cut and raise than a frame with common trusses, the result is beautiful. You will want to create this frame for a special space, such as a great room addition to your home or a free-standing carport. With a steep 12-in-12 pitch to the roof, the ridge soars to 16 feet tall!
Enclose this frame as you wish – with 385 square feet, this timber frame would make a great camping cabin, a generous picnic pavilion, or even a cozy and dramatic backyard guest house. The possibilities are endless for the ways to enjoy this artistic frame!
The drawings consist of 35 pages of renderings, including X-ray drawings, so you can fully understand the joinery. There are timber and fastener schedules to make your materials purchasing easy. We also include plan, elevation, and sectional drawings, along with all the piece and joinery details you will need to build this timber frame. The plan set is formatted in instantly-downloadable PDF for 8 ½” x 11’ paper, easily printed from home.
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- Wind / hurricane / tornado
- Seismic / earthquake
- Heavy snow
- Flood potential
- Soil instability
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12 thoughts on “16×24 Hammer Beam Pavilion”
Hi, do your plans include drawings to complete the roof such as purlins and common rafters. Please elaborate. Thank you
Yes, each similar piece is drawn out giving you all the dimensions you need to cut the frame. In this case, it is a purlin based roof system.
Can this be ordered as a 16 x 16 plan?
Not at the moment. We can make those changes to the plans, but that change is also easily accomplished in the shop. If you would like to chat more about this drop me a line at [email protected].
I would love to see this in a 24×24 was wondering if you had that in a plan?
Jim, we offer this 24×24 Hammer Truss Timber Frame
It seems the typical hammer beam has a 12/12 roof, how much does the geometry change if it is reduced to an 8/12 roof? Still remaining 24′ wide.
Changing the roof pitch on any design always drastically changes the geometry.
Can this be built with 6×8 pine? It will be in Georgia with very little snow.
I think you would take too much wood out of the timbers as designed with the mortise and tenon joints. Think you would need to use metal connectors to make it work. We can make those adjustments and get an engineer to take a look at it.
Has this plan been engineered?
Has snow load been factored in?
The plans we offer on our website have all been reviewed by an engineer. People build our frames all over the country, and in each location, there are different requirements. Timber species, design loads, and values needed are just some of the factors engineers need to take into account in each case.
We do offer engineering services as an add-on to our standard plans. We can offer these services in all states except Illinois and Hawaii. We can also serve the Canadian Provinces of AB, BC, ON, SK, AND YT. If this is something you are interested in, head over to https://timberframehq.com/custom-design/project-information-form/ and fill out the brief questionnaire.