- A mesh of interlocking horizontal cedar(locally, deodar) wooden locks are created -and in this dressed or raw stone is packed.
- The most common type of Kath-Kuni wall is made by laying apart two square sections wooden wall beams longitudinally parallel to each other to define the width of the wall.
- These are lap-jointed or nailed by the cross joist.
- The whole framework done is known as Cheol.
- With inherent elasticity, the design has an enormous seismic response.
- When tremors have dislodged the stones from the frame, and later, have been hammered back into the intact mesh of wood houses and temples
- Style is present in the districts of Shimla,
Kinnaur and Kullu.