1. framed by exposed timbers
    a magnificently timbered old barn
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  • The evidence for this is a cruck, a pair of large and matching curved timbers reaching from the ground to the apex of the roof, a characteristic of medieval timber-framed buildings.
  • The architecture of the house and of its neighbours recalls Japanese and American timber-framed buildings, though at the time of building local residents likened them to prefabs.
  • They're block-build houses with a stone finish, not timber-framed houses. Hardy Irish Souls Tiptoe
  • YOUR correspondent is indebted to readers for their interesting comments about last week's column on timber-framed buildings.
  • It has two three-bay kilns with pyramid-shaped roofs and raised flat-topped flues and a timber-framed lucam - a projecting loading door with a gabled roof through which barley was hoisted into the building to be turned into malt.
  • For the prosperous merchants, substantial timber-framed houses were built around the gates of the Castle and Priory.
  • The timber-framed two-storey building has a reclaimed slate roof, double-glazed windows and heavily insulated floors and ceiling.
  • Most of the places we looked at were 19th-century timber-framed houses with picket fences. Times, Sunday Times
  • After carrying out research and development work last year, the business is starting to take off with the timber-framed lodges now based at several sites locally, and hopes are high for further orders.
  • 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. In Bioenergy Villages, Power to the People
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