Take a good look at this substantial 16×24 heavy timber pavilion plan! Although the plans are drawn at 24 feet in length, that dimension can be easily changed with little modification to the plan. Simply increase the length of the plates and purlins, and increase the spacing between the posts.
The curved king post struts and curved knee braces make for a graceful structure, and the pegged mortise and tenon joinery adds intriguing detail.
This 384 square foot frame could make a fantastic workshop, camping cabin or backyard guest house. The 12 in 12 pitch creates enough head room at the ridge that you could floor in part of the space for a crawl-in sleeping or storage loft. The heavy timbers used in the posts and trusses make for a sturdy building, suitable for many uses.
The 25-page plan set is formatted in an instantly downloadable PDF, designed for 8 ½” x 11’ paper. This plan package includes both dimensioned blueprints and detail drawings, along with three dimensional renderings so that you can really visualize the structure. It also has a materials list to make it easy to purchase and cut the members you’ll need to complete your structure.
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- Wind / hurricane / tornado
- Seismic / earthquake
- Heavy snow
- Flood potential
- Soil instability
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