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Hexagonal Pergola Plan

Hexagonal Timber Frame Gazebo Plan with models

This hexagonal pergola plan was originally designed as a barbeque gathering area holding a smoker. It would be a great enhancement to any garden! The posts are cut from 12×12 timbers to fit the hexagonal shape.  This frame has a commanding presence with an overall height of over 16’-5”. The top of the 4×8 collar beams is 10 feet high, and the roof pitch is over 8 in 12.  It is designed to be constructed of Western Red Cedar, maple, or hemlock.   The braces and struts are secured to the collar beams and posts with beautiful mortise and tenon joinery. Structural screws and Timberlinx connectors secure other frame elements for superior strength.

The overall size of this hexagonal pergola plan is 17’6 ½” x 15’-2 ¼’ from outside to outside of the posts, with each flat side measuring  8’-9 ¼” wide. The timbers include 4×6 braces and rafters, 4×8 collars and struts, 6×6 hips and purlins, an 8×8 top plate, and a 10×10 boss pin. It takes 2014 total board feet to complete this frame.

You will receive a link to download the pdf of these plans as soon as you purchase. The plan sets contain all the information you need to complete this project! The construction set contains 14 pages of drawings, including 3D images of the frame, both exploded and assembled. There are posts, plate ring, roof framing, and a reflected ceiling plan. We include elevation, section,  and detail drawings to explain the joinery.  The production set has 15 pages showing each cut on every timber. The pdfs also include timber and fastener lists, so your material procurement is clear-cut.

Hexagonal Gazebo Plans (42708) Plan Overview
Hexagonal Gazebo Plans (42708) Piece Overview

Hexagonal Gazebo Plan (42708) Birdseye

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4 thoughts on “Hexagonal Pergola Plan”

  1. I am interested in the Hexagonal Pergola Plan but would require a larger frame, more like 22′ X 22′ outside post to outside post. How much more would be added to the plan design cost?

  2. Katrina Williams

    Doug, what you describe would actually be a completely new design. You can check out our custom design service here.

  3. This hexagonal pergola plan is impressive in both design and structural integrity. The use of 12×12 timbers for the posts and the incorporation of mortise and tenon joinery showcase the craftsmanship involved. One tip I would suggest is to consider adding some shade elements, such as retractable canopy or climbing plants, to provide relief from the sun during hot summer days. It’s a fantastic project that will undoubtedly enhance any garden space!

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