Job Description

We were asked to design an internal oak frame that looked as though it belonged in this room. The frame was manufactured from dried oak beams so as not to shrink when complete. The frame was partially cut into the existing plaster and assembled as would be an actual oak frame. To be able to do this we had to cut holes in the floor and construct the frame at a lwer level to get the 100mm tenons to fit into the beams. The frame was then jacked up and wedged up from the ground with bricks and mortar. The floor was then replaced around the posts. It looks fantastic and could have been there for centuries