“Assumed to be an inn for pilgrims but possibly private house for a nobleman. 3-bay hall of arch-braced construction to a crown-post roof (c1400?), with late 15C front range with queen post roof and wind braces. Massive jetty bressumer. St Albans, Hertfordshire. #VirtualVernacular”
Here is my take on a mediaeval postmill 🙂
Recreating the past with technology of the future. Works with 3D programs and Game Engines to create VR experiences of History and Art
So much awesome on this blog about artistic historical reconstructions:
🤩 Please keep posting all the cool pictures. It’s the only way for me (here on the continent) to learn more about the awesome hall houses of Medieval England.
The complete guide to recognising and understanding timber-framed buildings. Using his own drawings, diagrams and photographs, Trevor Yorke takes the reader through the story of these buildings from 1200 to the present day.