Tiny House Scotland’s latest construction – a garden arbour in a neo-gothic style. To be used as a view point, weather shelter and sculptural landmark. L 2.1m x W 1.1m x H 3.3m. Heavy timber frame post and beam with new and recycled materials. Redwood shiplap cladding. Sixty degree roof. Hand cast concrete piers. Recycled windows set asymmetrically for standing and sitting heights. Reclaimed corrugated steel sheeting for the roof and rear elevation.
L 2.1m x W 1.1m x H 3.3m.
Part of the Tiny House Scotland buildings range – prices starting from £2900 ( email if you are interested in one!) See the product page here.
Just competed this post and beam framed barn at Shangri La Farm. For more photos and details visit my site at tinyhousescotland.co.uk.
Tiny Barn at Shangri La Farm designed and built by Jonathan Avery
Finished the replacement bridge. For drawings and other photo see this earlier post.
shangri la bridge
Owl nest box from scrap plywood. 2011. Being sized up by a pair of Jackdaws as a potential “des-res”.
Built out of scrap fencing and plywood. So far it has only housed a wasps nest; I haven’t plucked up the courage to actually get some water fowl.
Shaker bench made from reclaimed pine. July 1991.
Appeared on this interiors home show to extoll the virtues of working with MDF – no knots, no grain, ability to cut smooth curves, uniformity etc etc. It was shot in my first workshop in the cottage at Darlingfield with some good exposure for the small cupboard range. Ran for years on the repeat TV channels. Hopefully now lost!