Stewart Elliot and Eugenie Wallas, 1977
Paperback, 8.5"x11", 169 pages
Destined to be a classic, this was one of the first books heralding the recent celebration of timber framing. Elegant illustrations and plain photography of no-frills rough-sawn timber framing techniques show where the craft comes from in recent times. Timber framing is not always the furniture making, high end style we often see - it can be a gritty, tactile craft.
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