The Plasauduon

The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales blog features a stunning architectural 3D fly through animation of the 17th century Plasauduon –

The Plasauduon is typical of the seventeenth-century ‘Severn Valley’ type — symmetrical timber-framed houses distinguished by impressive, central, storeyed porches opening into a lobby at the side of the central fireplace. This form creates two balanced rooms to the ground and first floor; in this case the hall on the right and parlour on the left, and there are bedchambers over. Built around 1660, with a later rear wing that is possibly a rebuild of an earlier structure, Plasauduon is remarkably well preserved.

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