Tracery is the ornamental intersecting work in the upper part of a window, screen, or panel, or used decoratively in blank arches and vaults. The earliest use of the term is traced to the seventeen...

Tracery

Tracery is the ornamental intersecting work in the upper part of a window, screen, or panel, or used decoratively in blank arches and vaults. The earliest use of the term is traced to the seventeen...

This week I’m finishing up work on an aumbry for a future issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine. More than anything, this project has been about exploring Gothic geometry. But as with any project, I always have a lot of detours and dead ends. The pierced carvings on the front of the aumbry are fairly simple, yet I was afraid they would be off-putting for some beginning woodworkers. So I started …

An Introduction to Gothic Tracery (With a Router

This week I’m finishing up work on an aumbry for a future issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine. More than anything, this project has been about exploring Gothic geometry. But as with any project, I always have a lot of detours and dead ends. The pierced carvings on the front of the aumbry are fairly simple, yet I was afraid they would be off-putting for some beginning woodworkers. So I started …

1220-1270 the Gothic Amiens Cathedral - France - Cathedral of Our Lady of Amiens (French: Cathédrale Notre-Dame d'Amiens) Architects:Robert of Luzarches, Thomas and Regnault de Cormont #architecture #cathedra

1220-1270 the Gothic Amiens Cathedral - France - Cathedral of Our Lady of Amiens (French: Cathédrale Notre-Dame d'Amiens) Architects:Robert of Luzarches, Thomas and Regnault de Cormont #architecture #cathedra

architecture sketch of the facade of the Northernmost medieval cathedral in Europe - Nidarosdomen - #Norway

architecture sketch of the facade of the Northernmost medieval cathedral in Europe - Nidarosdomen - #Norway

La rose de la façade de Notre-Dame de Paris, circa 1220.  Illustration issue du Dictionnaire raisonné de l’architecture française du XIe au XVIe siècle, par Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, 1856.

La rose de la façade de Notre-Dame de Paris, circa 1220. Illustration issue du Dictionnaire raisonné de l’architecture française du XIe au XVIe siècle, par Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, 1856.

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