Typical brick nogging for walls in the United States.
Typical brick nogging for walls in the United States.
Brick infill in half-timbered construction may be called nogged
Brick infill in half-timbered construction may be called nogged

Brick nog, (nogging or nogged,[1] beam filling) is a construction technique in which bricks are used to fill the vacancies in a wooden frame. The walls then may be covered with tile, weatherboards or rendered. Generally the term "brick infill" is used instead of nogging in half-timbered construction.

References

  1. ^ Oxford English Dictionary Second Edition on CD-ROM (v. 4.0) © Oxford University Press 2009. Nog, v. 2.