Illustrated Architecture Dictionary
Having a timber framework with the spaces filled with masonry or plaster
Nogging: brick masonry used to fill the spaces between the members of a timber frame
Wattle: a framework of rods or poles interwoven with thin branches, twigs, and reeds
Daub (pronounced: dawb): a soft, adhesive coating material, such as plaster, grease, or mud
Wattle and daub: a form of wall construction, consisting of wattles, covered and plastered with clay or mud.
Used in English Elizabethan period.
Wattle and daub used by Romans in 1 BC.
Found in Tudor Revival, Stick Arts & Crafts, Queen Anne, Prairie styles
Examples from Buffalo architecture:
- Illustration above: Jewett M. Richmond House
- William Sydney Wicks House
- Church of the Advent
- Saturn Club
- William H. Hotchkins House, 20 Lincoln Pkwy.
- 60 Argyle
- Franklin W. Caulkins House, 415 Franklin Street
- Bush/Depew House
- Louis Greenstein House