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Square feet: 3,470 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 4 Increasing a home’s square footage is the best way to gain space for more amenities, but the resulting home can feel like a very grand space. Similarly, cathedral ceiling great rooms are very popular these days, yet having a two-story tall ceiling in a room can make it feel a bit impersonal. ...
Timber frame design is based on the post and beam structural system. Also called "post and lintel," this is one of the oldest construction methods known. Used by the Egyptians, Greeks and other early builders, the tradition arrived in New England from Europe and consisted of wooden posts and beams, cut and shaped by hand and connected ...
By Jonathan S. Vincent, AIA - LEED Accredited Professional Selecting lighting fixtures for a timber framed house can be demanding, but the same principles apply as in any other home. As succinctly stated by Peter Romaniello, a lighting consultant from Conceptual Lighting LLC in Connecticut, first decide what you are trying to do, then how ...
Properly constructed, your new Timberpeg® home will be energy efficient and tight. The combination of continuous envelope insulation, either structural insulated panels (SIPs) or a built-up vented insulation system ("Wrap & Strap") will result in a house that has very few air leaks and will be easily heated and cooled. For this reason, it ...
Designed by Architect Kenneth J. Wertheim, AIA Home built by and photos courtesy of Living Stone Design + Build
Square feet: 3,646Bedrooms: 3Bathrooms: 3Additional Features:Cathedral Great Room Ceilings
By Guest Author, Jonathan S. Vincent, AIA - LEED Accredited Professional Everyone is interested in building a “green” house, but what that means will vary depending upon the owner’s goals. In general, a green house will be one that is designed to use fewer non-renewable resources, and to conserve land, water and energy. The ...