If you are looking for an artistic frame to show off your skills, we have just the thing for you with this 12×24 Gothic arch timber frame! This frame is so graceful and is also the perfect size for many different purposes. With 288 square feet between the posts, this would serve well as a dining/kitchen pavilion, a backyard retreat or a beautiful greenhouse frame.
The pegged mortise and tenon joints between the rafters, collar tie, and struts create a beautiful rhythm. And the king post to ridge connections top off the frame at a generous height of 15 feet creating a high volume ceiling. The sharp angle of the struts give this arbor its gothic feel. The purlins in the 12 in 12 pitch roof will support your choice of material.
This frame utilizes 6×8 and 6×6 material, and these smaller-sized members make moving material around your shop easier. With only two bays, you’ll be able to cut and raise this frame in short order.
The plan set consists of 28 pages of instantly-downloadable drawings including three-dimensional renderings so that you can visualize the finished product. We also provide plan, elevation and section drawings, as well as detailed dimensioned drawings of every timber, showing each cut you will make to create this 12×24 Gothic arch timber frame. We also include a materials list so you can easily create a budget and procure your materials.
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- Seismic / earthquake
- Heavy snow
- Flood potential
- Soil instability
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