western framing meaning
A system of framing a building of wood construction in which all studs are only one story in height; the floor joists for each story rest on the top plates, 2 of the story below, except for the first story, which rests on the groundsill. The bearing walls and partitions rest on the subfloor (i.e., on the rough floor that serves as a base for the finish floor). Same as platform framing; compare with balloon framing.
- But they do expand ideas on architecture beyond Western frames of reference.
- Huxley promoted Benoit's pioneering attempt to integrate Zen and other Eastern teachings into a Western frame of reference, and others followed suit.
- While Korea was being Westernized slowly in late 19th century, Korea had the idea of " Eastern ways and Western frames ( qgS��hV ) ", meaning that they would accept the Western " bowl ", but use it with Eastern principles inside.
- Dixon-Stowell continued, demands that viewers approach the material from the point of view of the culture under consideration in order " to understand the phenomenon also in the context of its Black origins, and not only in the context of the White, western frame of reference ."