This house was designed from scratch to complement the existing walled garden and estate architecture.
This elevation features Georgian styling and traditional local materials such as a ragstone plinth.
This elliptical wreathed stair was designed as an elegant solution to limited space. It allows freer movement around the house and commands attention within the entrance hallway.
The handrails are made from solid West African mahogany (sapele) using the traditional trigonometrical system of marking and moulding. The central flying string is self supporting.
The verandah was designed and constructed in our workshops and assembled on site. Note the typical Victorianesque use of curved corrugated sheeting for the roof.
The rear elevation complements the Victorian verandah with typical recessed large paned sash windows and stone sills.
Our kitchens feature framed construction, solid timber carcasses, optional soft-close drawers and traditional construction.
The smallest subtlety in joinery design can create affect the ‘feel’ of any space. We spare no pain in making sure ours are of the correct proportion, era and local design for the project. For the Bothy, each feature including skirting and architrave types according to floor level, glazing bar thickness on windows, plaster curves on corners, are correct and elegant for their situation.
The smallest subtlety in joinery design can create affect the ‘feel’ of any space. The front door being prepared for installation.
Spraying the verandah roof panels.