2 thoughts on “Modern Japanese Timber Construction

  1. Richard Post author

    Good question Steve. I could easily see them packing the entire thing up in containers and shipping it off because everything is numbered and there are instructions for putting it together by the numbers.

    I don’t know if I told you but a few years ago I helped pack two containers with a large timber frame job going to central america. The timber frame company that did the job is near here in Wassaic, New York so I was able to go over there for a week and photograph and help them pack. It was incredible. Dusty as hell but incredible. When I next see you if we remember I’ll show you the images. I’ve never posted them, sort of lost track of them as I took about 1000 images. Amazing experience.

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