Richard Drummond Davis Designed Normandy Home - Dallas, TX
Impressive Tudor style mansion in Pasadena Hills, MO. High on a hill overlooking a pond with geese and swans, this home has many old world details including stained glass, masonry details, and scalloped siding on front-facing gables.
Scheune Langes Mühle - Half-timbered barn with brick infill. Uetersen, Germany. This barn's proportions resemble a Low German house. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Brick infill or 'nogging' - medieval timber frame house construction. "Half-timbering" is a house with filler between wide-spaced beams. Wood beams were expensive! Even though the wealthy find such facades enchanting today, hundreds of years ago, they were the sign that a person was poor.
Known as nogging, bricks stacked between the framing timbers alternate between basket weave and herringbone patterns. 1920's Tudor
Historic Buildings of Connecticut » Early Twentieth Century Houses.