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2 thoughts on “Cordwood & Timber Frame Tiny Cottage by Nick Kautazer”
Can someone tell me what this type of building is called, i would like to know more about and dont know where to start… thanks
The frame is timber frame. The walls have filled in with cord wood (logs+mortar). They don’t need to be combined like this, each method can be used on its own.
More on cordwood: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cordwood_construction
More on timber framing: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timber_framing
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