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, printed from the Looking at Buildings website on Thursday 24th September 2020

Close Studding

CloseGlossary Term [1] studding refers to upright timbers (studsGlossary Term [2]) set closely together. The usual effect can be compared with the use of PerpendicularGlossary Term [3] stone panellingGlossary Term [4]; the aim was to create an impressive show front.

Timber framingGlossary Term [5] was sometimes combined with stone walls as at Dragon Hall, Norwich.

Last updated: Monday, 26th January 2009