Japanese gazebo with your own hands
A gazebo is a place where people can totally relax, because there is nothing better than to enjoy nature, comfortably and conveniently located.
This article tells about the features of the Japanese pavilions, and the process of its construction.
The condition of spiritual unity with nature and inner harmony can be experienced, sitting in the gazebo garden.
Openness, bordering on comfort – it becomes a highlight of any site.
In the design of structures gazebos manifested world and creative nature of their owners. However, for the realization of the idea of erecting of such constructions requires a certain knowledge and skills.
Creating a gazebo in the Japanese style, it is very important not to retreat from the Eastern subjects, and to act in order.
Kindly requested to acquire the project and hands-on knowledge of its creation, if construction experience is missing, for best result it is more logical to refer to specialists.
The main difference of this gazebo is a multi-tiered roof (pagoda). In the East it is believed that the roof of this shape helps to calm and harmonize the surrounding space.
The perfect place for the tea ceremony – a gazebo surrounded by nature
In traditional Japanese buildings gazebos uses materials such as rice paper, bamboo and cane, but in our climate they will last a long time. I advise you to give preference to the traditional materials of stone or wood, in this case you did not violate the rules of the building.
Such structures can often be found in the East, visually they are very similar to pergolas. And having a concave roof, you considerably simplify your task, but it is important to make it broader than the base of the gazebo.
Speaking about the design, it must be remembered that neutral shades and minimalism are important aspects of Japanese style. If you prefer contrast, select beige and dark brown color palette.
The furniture inside should be done from the same material from which made the base of the structure. Japanese customs indicate that they do in the West or the East and South side, as a rule, closed.
The Japanese garden is a natural oasis where murmuring streams, crossing bridges, twinkling lanterns and a variety of themed decorations.
Of course, not everyone is able to afford such, but to play in the garden, beautiful landscape, and the disks are trails for everyone. For large associations with Japan is planted near the gazebo flowers and coniferous trees.
The process of building a Japanese pergola
Thus, the initial phase – line plot and add the axis of the building. Japanese houses made of stone need a concrete Foundation.
When installing wooden structures better than digging holes under the Foundation depth of 80-120 cm, filled with gravel and make a layer of insulation, then concrete the posts.
For ventilation use flooring. It should be placed 30-40 cm from the ground. Prudent do
at the bottom of the pillars the slots for the lag, and then secure them with nails.
To create a good floor will serve as a Board, just lay them on top. The overlap is the culmination.
To do this, the beams need to be secured with bolts and connect the poles together.
Further, the design of the facade. Japanese roof usually comes down to drawing.
First mounted the bottom main design, and then it connects to the base of the gazebo.