Book now for Jim's lecture at the Weald & Downland Museum.
Jim is lecturing at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum on 13th March 2013.
New addition to our design team
Paul Rawson joins our design team.
Sullingstead featured in new book
A new book by Clive Aslet features one of our projects. The publication - "The Arts & Crafts Country House" by Clive Aslet (Aurum), explores the work of important architects within the Arts and Crafts movement. Much of the work was featured in the magazine Country Life, which was founded in 1897 and has provided Aslet's book with a rich source of period images.
Our kitchen & pool frames at Sullingstead are in September's House and Garden magazine.
The house at Sullingstead is a Grade II listed building and is an excellent example of the Arts and Crafts style of original Architect Edwin Lutyens. The house was recently updated by modern architect Michael Edwards and we provided the kitchen and pool room frames that the article features.
One of our projects is in March's edition of 25 Beautiful Homes
We designed the frame for this new barn with architect Gary Bain. The house replaces an older building and is built using the same footprint. It is an 'upside down' style house, allowing the living areas to make the most of the surrounding views.
One of our projects made the Architects Journal (AJ) Small Projects 2011 shortlist.
The Hadspen Belvedere has been recognised by the Architects Journal Small Projects 2011 shortlist. The project – Hadspen Bevedere was done in collaboration with David Grandorge, London Metropolitan University and The Timber Frame Company.
Sullingstead featured in this week's Country Life.
The frames we designed with architect Michael Edwards for the Lutyen's house at Sullingstead are featured in this week's Country Life.
Longrun Meadows grand opening
Project Taunton is organising an event to officially open the barn at Longrun Meadows.
The Japanese Teahouse is on the cover of Architects Datafile.
This project was constructed entirely from timber and we supplied the Douglas fir primary frame as well as the screen panels, joinery and glazing needed to take the building to shell.
Our work at Wells Cathedral has been featured by English Heritage
The (very big!) porch at Wells Cathedral is shown on the cover of Creativity and Care: New Works in English Cathedrals.