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Timber Frame

Building Nature's Way

"We are captivated by the pure beauty of authentic timber frames. The art of joinery and fine woodcraft merge with the courageous strength of posts and beams, creating an exquisite fusion. Standing timber frames against the open sky, surrounded by nature's embrace, continue to awe us with their rhythmical and harmonious presence."

What is Timber Framing?

Timberframing is an ancient construction technique that uses large, solid wood timbers joined together with precision joinery techniques. This traditional method of building structures has been valued for its strength, beauty, and sustainability throughout history.

In timberframing, the main structural components of a building, such as walls, floors, and roofs, are made of solid timber posts, beams, and trusses. Craftsmen shape and fit each timber joint by hand using intricate joinery techniques like mortise and tenon joints, resulting in both structural stability and aesthetic appeal.

Timberframing offers advantages over conventional construction methods. It allows for open and spacious interiors without excessive supporting walls, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Timber is a renewable resource, making timberframing environmentally friendly, and its insulation properties contribute to natural energy efficiency.


Where Tradition Meets Strength and Beauty!

Aesthetic Appeal & Timeless Beauty

Timber frame structures exude natural beauty and timeless elegance.

The exposed timber creates a warm and inviting atmosphere, enhancing the visual appeal of both interior and exterior spaces.

The craftsmanship involved in timber frame construction, with intricate joinery and attention to detail, adds a unique charm to the finished building, making timber frame structures stand out as architectural landmarks.

Strength & Durability

Timber frame structures offer exceptional strength and durability.

Solid timber posts, beams, and trusses create a robust framework capable of withstanding heavy loads and extreme weather conditions.

This strength allows for open, spacious interiors without the need for excessive supporting walls, offering design flexibility and versatility.

Sustainable & Environmentally Friendly

Timberframe construction promotes sustainability and is environmentally friendly.

Timber is a renewable resource that can be responsibly harvested and managed, reducing reliance on non-renewable materials.

Additionally, timber acts as a carbon sink, sequestering carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and contributing to the mitigation of climate change.

Timber framing of an Outdoor Pavilion animation

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