These amazing ‘triplets’ all sit on exactly the same footprint, but include a plethora of features; king posts, arch braces, trenched braces, the list goes on…
This four bay house is annexed from the adjacent farmhouse. Features an open trussed upper storey, curved knee braces interrupted tie beams.
This annexed oak frame was designed to compliment the grade II* listed house to which it is attached. Featuring sling braces, tapered collars and half-hipped gables.
This four bay cart lodge frame can accommodate two large vehicles, plus storage for timber and wine. At the far end is a generous workshop.
This pair of matching studios boast cranked tie beams, curved queen strut trusses and a full compliment of diagonal bracing.
A unique contemporary extension which embraces traditional techniques and materials.
This reciprocating roof frame crowns the cobb walls of a modern Buddist Ashram building.
This addition to a grade II* listed 15th century house adds function whilst mirroring some of the features common in the area.
This open truss design will eventually be an open plan kitchen / living area specifically designed for disabled access.
This extension creates a wonderful courtyard space on a very exposed location.
This direct glazed conservatory adds balance to a large Suffolk home. (Incomplete at time of pictures)
Sympathetic repairs to the sole plate, posts & studs of this beautiful home. We also managed the Listed Building Consent.
This house has this wonderful carved hop vine detail in the spine beams above the kitchen and living areas.
This challenging project involved fitting a new roof to an existing barn that had distorted significantly over the centuries.
This king post design roof sits above a kitchen/dining area, cleverly changing to a queen post roof for maximum use as a bedroom.
This frame features reciprocating ceiling joists, otherwise known as a Serlio floor.
The primary feature of this large two storey extension is arch brace trusses. Complimented with a fully braced double purlin roof, oak common rafters and first floor jowl posts.