Modern timber frame is a massive, wooden structure of beams of classic half-timbered architectural style, made of glued laminated timber of coniferous species. Use of laminated wood allows to address several issues in construction and operation of half-timbered houses:
– rigidity of a design
– stability of geometric parameters
– durability of a wooden design.
Bearing elements are made from carefully dried glued wood, which features high performance and aesthetic values. Structural elements are produced using modern high-precision woodworking equipment. At the construction site they are covered with protective compounds. This allows you to keep the wood dry and make it highly flame resistant and contributes to its high resistance to adverse weather conditions and wood insects. The space between the beams can be both opaque and glass, and it is possible to use frameless glazing technology. The frame for such a “glass unit” is a solid, wooden cell of the half-timbered construction. High rates of energy saving at home are achieved through the use of low-emission glass.