Would you like to create a truly spectacular space with a nod to history? This 16×24 cruck timber frame may be just what you need! Crucks, often used in medieval times as tithe barns, get their name from the long curved timbers that extend from the ground to the ridge.
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Sugar shacks have traditionally been found in Eastern Canada and Northern New England, where maple syrup is made by boiling down the sugar maple sap. The distinctive cupola was actually functional to allow steam to escape. Now you can create …
This hexagonal timber frame gazebo 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 a bit over 16’-5”. The top of the 4×8 collar beams are 10 feet high, and the roof pitch is a bit over 8 in 12. It is designed to be constructed of Western Red Cedar, maple or hemlock.