- adj. framed by exposed timbers
“AWThe charming 17th-century market town of Ledbury has pretty passages lined with timber-framed buildings and a black and white Market House supported on chestnut wood pillars.”
“They're block-build houses with a stone finish, not timber-framed houses.”
“But because of the dual nature of the job she also added a Maine-based firm of craftsmen who specialize in the structural repair of historic timber-framed buildings and an architect who combines traditional design with contemporary, energy-efficient features.”
“BookshopTudor House, 22 High Street, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 3AW, 01342 322669Nestled among the longest continuous terrace of 14th-century timber-framed buildings in the UK – complete with ancient black and white beams and weird carved faces, one reputedly of Anne Boleyn – this is more an experience than a mere bookshop.”
“With its early 20th-century version of a Tudor timber-framed double front, the Hunting Raven Bookshop fits right in.”
“Speke Hall, LiverpoolBuilt in stages throughout the 16th century, this timber-framed manor house was the home of the Catholic Norris family, and is filled with priest holes, eavesdrops and everything the secret papist needs.2.”
“In fact, the building is a symmetrical, timber-framed hall built around 1430.”
“Shaped like a thin rectangle with timber-framed houses built along a lush, sloping valley, Oberrosphe had to install more than 7,000 meters, or about 4½ miles, of heating pipes in order to convert to biofuel heat.”
“He created a spare, white-daubed, timber-framed presentation that evokes a pagan feeling, yet is modern in offering immediate access to the text.”
“The Lord is carried down Cornmarket, past two of the oldest buildings in Oxford - the Saxon tower of St Michael's, and the timber-framed New Inn building.”
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