Post & Beam Barn

Rob Wilkes is doing a nice job building this log post and beam barn!

About a year ago I helped him design the structure and since then he has been working on it in his spare time.

He selectively harvested trees from his property in Cooper Creek, peeled and notched the logs on site and finished the post and beam structure with dimensional lumber from the local sawmill.

How it all began

The finished structure.


A big Thank You to Sarah Evans, Rob’s girlfriend, for sharing these pictures 🙂


The plans for this beautiful Barn are now available!

Purchase a set of blueprints for this post and beam structure easily through Paypal via the button below.

After payment I will email you the set of plans in PDF format that you can print on Tabloid (11″x17″) or A3 format. (If your printer does not take that size paper, plans can be printed off on a regular printer on a smaller scale.) Plans will be emailed to the email address on your PayPal receipt, usually within 24 hours. Please contact me if you have any questions prior to purchasing as there will be no refunds once the PDF has been sent.

Be advised that you should check compliancy with local building codes, regulations and engineering requirements before commencing work on any structure. Ecocentric Design can not be held liable for any construction issues or faults, or responsible for injury, death or loss of property due to the use, misuse, or application of the drawings. In the purchase of the plans you agree to release Ecocentric Design from any present or future liability associated with these drawings in any way.  Just saying 🙂

Thank you & may you be inspired and build a beautiful barn!!

About Hajo Meijer

Hajo Meijer is the sole proprietor of Ecocentric Design, committed to deeply sustainable architecture. Hajo is a graduate from the faculty of Architecture at the TU Delft in the Netherlands and a certified Passive House Designer. Hajo lives with his family on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
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