framing timber meaning

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  • [Architecture]

    One of the structural members of a timber-framed house; in colonial America, such massive timbers were usually made of hand-hewn oak.


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  1. Panelized domes are constructed of separately framed timbers covered in plywood.
  2. This is penetrated by a barrel-roofed entry porch and elaborately framed timber pediment.
  3. Conventionally framed timber exposed studwork was used.
  4. The barn on the property is of a transverse-frame timber construction that has been converted for guest housing.
  5. Verandahs have single-skin exposed framed timber walls and French doors with fanlights, and rooms have boarded ceilings.

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