This timber frame pavilion with an adjoining pool house is a custom backyard retreat based on our King Post Pavilion Kit.
Located in the beautiful Delta Coves community in Bethel Island, California, this 15,000 sq. ft. recreational development offers all the amenities one could dream of in a community center.
This pavilion kit adds a comfortable outdoor living space to a home in Bothell, Washington. This pavilion features two 12′ heavy timber trusses, sturdy 8″ x 8″ Douglas fir posts, mortise and tenon connections and a tongue and groove wood ceiling.
This custom pergola kit is part of a private residence in Boring, Oregon. The small structure measures only 5′ x 7′, but it makes a big impression with select-grade Douglas fir posts, beams, knee braces and slats
This special backyard pavilion in Sunnyvale, California features four heavy timber trusses and oversized 10″ x 10″ posts all made from select-grade Douglas fir.
This unique pergola is part of the Tumwater Vineyard & Barrel House in West Linn, Oregon. Unlike our standard pergolas made from Douglas fir, this custom structure is made from redwood.
The simple but attractive structure measures 15′ x 30′ and is framed with Douglas fir heavy timbers and cedar slats, adding class and some extra shade to any equestrian event.
This beautiful backyard pavilion kit sits on a wonderful property looking out over Great Sacandaga Lake in upstate New York. The heavy timber framed structure features four 16′ queen post trusses, oversized 10″ x 10″ Douglas fir posts and 8″ x 14″ beams.
This 15′ x 15′ custom pavilion is part of the Sparrow Beginnings wedding and event center in Stillwater, Oklahoma. A product of the DC Structures custom design process, this structure features four gables instead of the usual two, each framed by a 15′ king post heavy timber truss.
This customized king post-style pavilion is the centerpiece of a public park in Boring, Oregon. This pavilion features three 16′ heavy timber trusses, sturdy 8″ x 8″ Douglas fir posts, mortise and tenon connections and a tongue and groove wood ceiling. Concealed, countersunk knife plates provide a safe and attractive connection to the foundation.
This customized double ridge-style pavilion sits at the edge of the Mt. Hood National Forest, not far from Sandy, Oregon. This unique outdoor living space features four 20′ heavy timber trusses, sturdy 8″ x 8″ Douglas fir posts, and an open fire pit with a hood and chimney built right into the structure.