Architecture

The front elevation of The Old Medicine House

 

The front elevation of The Old Medicine House

 


Michael Peach, the architect responsible for the dismantling, repair and re-erection of The Old Medicine House made many drawings of both Toad Hall and The Old Medicine House, during the course of the three years he spend on the project.

Summary

An extraordinary record of the dismantling and re-erection of a timber-frame house, which includes drawings, plans, correspondence, diaries photographs and a film of the process.

Photo album

Architectural drawings of the Old Medicine House

slide show  |  click picture to view detail

Truss 1 gable and front elevations Truss 2 and 3 and wing gable elevations; and first floor plan Plans and elevations of rear wing Elevation of rear wing from east

Truss 1 gable and front elevations

Truss 2 and 3 and wing gable elevations; and first floor plan

Plans and elevations of rear wing

Elevation of rear wing from east

Elevation of the front, with cross section through the chimney    

Elevation of the front, with cross section through the chimney

   

Printed on: 25 Jul 2017

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