The author used plywood top and bottom plates for this non-load-bearing curved wall.
Arches, vaults, and other curved surfaces
are now standard fare in many
residential designs. These may add flair
to the building, but for the builder,
curved walls can end up being the most
costly and difficult part of a project.
Many approaches rely on techniques
such as steam bending, or require unusual
tools such as trammel routers.
This is fine for projects where money is
no object. But it is also possible to build
large-radius curved walls on a tight budget.
Below are a few curved-construction
techniques adapted from
conventional building practices.
Curved partitions can be tricky to lay
out. But accurate layout