Figure 2.8: Granary in Rygnestad, Setesdal, near Telemark, Norway. These structures are similar to the rudimentary granary-barns found in the Alps but are usually larger in scale and support sod covered roofs. A ventilating airspace is also often left below the structure, although not in this example. (Hansen, Holzbaukunst, p. 77)

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