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    I came across this guys website earlier today & was stunned

    some lovely looking drawings designs details etc etc

    Check out Abingdon Framing drawings (someone tell me how this was done and what was used) ~ all the rest are worth a look as well

    Aspirational for me at least ~ Full Credit

    www.Timberdesign.com

    The guys name is Cameron Scott from Devon UK

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    Very nice work. Must be nice to have clients interested in such quality.
    He says in a paragraph on the "Services" web page that he uses ADT and 3D studio.

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    Nice work ! I particularly like the Croft house design.
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    The Croft didn't appeal for some reason ~ I normally like stuff like that but I think maybe it tries too hard

    My Favourite is Ireland in the Traditional section ~ I like the informal shack types more & more these days detailing is elegant as well

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    Definitely the Eco-Croft house gets my nod.

    Nice website though - the detailing on the timber joints are fantastic. Good to see sod roofs are still being used - haven't done too many of them...
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    BL

    I especially thought you might like it ~ similar directions to your own work

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    Quote Originally Posted by bladams
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    Good to see sod roofs are still being used - haven't done too many of them...
    Speaking of sod roofs, I read an article in the back of Fine Homebuilding a while back. Can anyone attest to their lasting 80 to 100 years? Damn! On second thought that was a thatched roof. How long do those go between rebuilds?

    Thanks,

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    Try looking up some Icelandic Architecture / Viking construction / And as a side issue Architecture of the Marsh Arabs ~ the last is a real treat

    Sorry don't have direct links but google is good

    Cheers

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    For a good site on historical sod roofs try visiting:
    http://www.greenroofs.com/Greenroofs101/history.htm

    and a good site for thatched roofs check out http://www.thatch.org/
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    This is one of the better links I've been able to find for Marsh Arabs ~ at least one of the few with reasonable photos

    I think the building structures are superb # totally green

    www.laputanlogic.com/story/2004/01/28-0002.html

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