Here I've closed up part of the open roof wall and added a dormer to it, along with bashing a big hole at the very top of the roof to set in a long, vented cupola that sugar shacks, especially in Québec, often have to aid in the evaporation process. All of this bashing significantly changed the strength of the building in various places, resulting in the need for a whole lot of brass rods drilled into the connections to reinforce the remaining wood.
Ah, well, bash and learn!
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2014 HBS Creatin' Contest--Erabliere Aucoin, Sugar Shack and Shop· 164 images
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