Radiator covers, mantels, brick walls, trimwork, whole-house design, and the Solar Decathlon.
Another example of how creative problem-solving can put the biggest of jobs within the reach of a single carpenter (and his tractor).
This shot was taken just before dawn, capturing the quiet beauty of the home in the cold, winter setting, with millions of stars overhead.
This three-season living space creates a visual and auditory connection to the surrounding landscape.
Interested in learning the craft of timber framing? If so, check out Learn to Timber Frame by Will Beemer, Fine Homebuilding author, founding member of the Timber Framers Guild, and…
June and Mark Kohler found a lot to love about the property they purchased to build their home. Its park-like setting with commanding views of a reservoir was breathtaking, and…
This timber-frame pool pavilion has its own guest entry and distinct areas for cooking, dining, and relaxing.
After you've cut a mortise on one timber and a tenon on the other, it's time to drill a peg hole
Will Beemer shows how to cut the first half of a mortise-and-tenon joint—the quintessential timber-frame connection
Learn from a veteran framer's technique for making large pegged mortises and tenons.
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