I was asked to look at a leaky face frame on a south facing gable to a new home. The face frame had been installed incorrectly so it was decided to not only change the face frame but creat a balcony extending the width of the gable at the same time. All of which […]
False oak framing made to look slightly real!!
An existing courtyard was covered in with a set of 3 sling brace trusses and purlins with exposed oak rafters. All the frame had a hand adzed finish. The hall was panelled in reclaimed oak panelling with a double oak staircase.
Creation of three arch brace trusses to roof fitted within an old stone extension. We also constructed the painted doors and fixed lights from columbian yellow pine with false glazing bars.
Oak meter box with hand made oak hinges with teak pins
Fitting out a banqueting hall carved out of a mountain near Trondheim, Norway.
Annie’s barrel top gypsey wagon blew over in some heavy gales. We undertook repairs to the Ash superstructure and damaged panels.
A three story spiral staircase constructed from solid triangles of oak tenoned into the central spindle. The treads are elm fixed to the oak.
Portmeirion in North Wales is the unusual Italian style village constructed by the architect Clough William-Ellis around various salvage items he had collected over the years in. Often featuring in the cult 60’s series ‘The Prisoner’.
In 2000-2001 we were asked by the Portmeirion Trust wether we could preserve some of the Victorian plaster ceilings […]