Who doesn’t love a brain storm session..
This simple pole building with very little joints and lashed together is holding an impressive six ton of Reed. The principle A frame with purlins, rafters and batten it’s not too dissimilar to present day framing. Not bad from Neolithic period.
Visualizing your space from models. I think these guys win 😁
During the heatwave. We’ve had to help Mother Nature on previous Green roofs that we’ve installed. A simple soaker hose helped the roof during very dry spells.
A little bank holiday fun
Heathland restoration.The hard work is so rewarding when the Ling and Bell heather is established ❤️
What a lovely choice of colour, it’s been really lovely being back here helping paint. After such a busy time of late, it was quite therapeutic. The clients have been busy too, some lovely drystone walling and planting. The paint is silicate based which is great for breathable walls.
This roof was huge, Milled and laid by us using the estates own grown Western Red Cedar, it is for the new
Goodwood Estate Education centre. Always a pleasure to work with the very dedicated Estate and Forestry teams.
This was a real joy to build. The client said that art should be enjoyed from living within and they have that pleasure.
Sneaky peek of almost completing our latest project.
I had a very enjoyable meeting today back at Easebourne playpark. I couldn’t resist a peak at the newly established Sedum roof so happy to see it was buzzing with bees.
Today’s lesson was how to lay a curved slate roof.
Lush...Nonna’s freshly baked focaccia. What an awesome start to the day.
Very happy client and team today even with the gray skies.
Many a journey and use but I reckon this will be your final place...
So this was today’s lesson. Feeling quite proud.
They be dragons in the shed today..
And just like that we’re done..
Cracked on today with a waterproof membrane and sedum
He’s at it again. A true craftsman...
Nonna’s meatballs for breakfast 👏👏👏
Roof decked out today.
We have steps today..