wall construction in which spaces between wooden timber framing are filled with brick, stone, or other material; used decoratively in 20th century houses
A construction technique in which the timber frame is left exposed while brick, stucco or other materials are used to fill the interstices.
wood timber wall construction in which the spaces between the exposed timber frame members is filled with brick, stone, or stucco (plaster).
Wood framing on a structure with the space between the timbers filled with masonry.
a method of construction featuring walls built of timber framework with the spaces filled in by plaster or brickwork. Often, some of the exposed planks are laid at an angle to create a pattern. In modern homes, half-timbering is usually not authentic, but used only as decoration in small areas.
a construction method using hewn timbers to frame the building, and filling in the area between the timbers with brick or plaster. The form was imitated in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, but the timbering and infill plaster or brick were not structural.