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.
Shangri La big pond in 2012 – around 18 months after construction.
The Black Burn flowing through Shangri La Farm.
Built as part of a batch in 1995. Renovated in July 2014 for the second time. Rubbed down and given two coats of Osmo Nordic Red microporous paint.
Built with treated softwood. Decorative lead work to protect top edge. 2008
A wood craft experiment! Felix and I used hand carving axes to hew this beam from a poplar log. Blimey it was hard work!