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Timberframe: The Art and Craft of the Post-and-Beam Home Book
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Timberframe: The Art and Craft of the Post-and-Beam Home Book

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A gorgeous pictorial tour of some of the most stunning timberframe homes in North America and a powerful source of inspiration for those interested in this classic building form. Explore the lush, varied design potential of this timeless architectural form through 400 gorgeous color photographs, drawings and plans.
  • Author Tedd Benson is a founder of the Timber Framers Guild of North America.
  • Benson
  • 10¾"x9 1/8"
  • 232 pp.
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TIMBERFRAME: THE ART AND CRAFT OF THE POST-AND-BEAM HOME BOOK DESCRIPTION
CONTENTS

Foreword by Norm Abram
Prologue: The Art and Craft of the Timberframe
In the Country
Prairie Prospect - Nebraska
Home Spirit - Virginia
Craftman's Way - Washington
England West - Colorado
Concord Barn - Massachusetts
Vaulted Dwelling - Massachusetts
Time Crafted - Massachusetts
Horse Haven - Maryland

On the Water
Timber Bonded - Nantucket, Massachusetts
Light Hall - South Carolina
Island Sentinel - Nantucket, Massachusetts
World Apart - Connecticut
Tree House - New Hampshire
On Rocks - Connecticut
Glass Bunker - British Columbia
Bras d'Or Ark - Nova Scotia

In the Mountains
- High Plains Salvage - Montana
Mountain Manor - Montana
Western Chateau - Colorado
Chalet West - Montana
Snow Barn - Vermont
Sun Lodge - Colorado
Mining Hall - Colorado

In Addition
Master's Wing - Massachusetts
Abundant Farm - New Hampshire
Trumpet Haven - South Carolina
Barn Anew - Massachusetts
Timber Sanctum - New Hampshire
Thatched Nest - England

Epilogue: In the Past
Credits

Excerpt from page 6.

Today's timberframe homes are historical and contemporary, relevant and vigorous. Flexible in design and inherently beautiful, they give evidence to the fact that the centuries-old craft of timberframing has returned as a practical and environmentally sensitive building technique.

The timber frame renaissance in North America began with a small group of New England craftsmen in the early 1970s and spread rapidly throughout the continent. Today, timberframing is practiced in nearly every part of North America, and there are hundreds of professional companies making thousands of homes annually. It has been a fortuitous confluence of awakened desires: builders who want work that is more interesting, challenging, and rewarding and owners who aspire to have homes that truly enrich their lives through the structure's art and craft.


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