I have designed the Nesthouse as a modular system – each of the three sizes 3.6m, 4.8m and 6.0m comes in a basic form (Live) available with three optional extra modules – Entry, Bathe and Sleep – giving internal areas ranging from 11.5m2 – 32.7m2
Further work on updating the THS logo…(its now a year old) and producing somw promotional images for print and web!
Just competed this post and beam framed barn at Shangri La Farm. For more photos and details visit my site at tinyhousescotland.co.uk.
New website started for Tiny House Scotland. Its a work in progress as the product is still at prototype stage.
This pair of sister logos are for my new venture building tiny house structures.
After completing a degree in Botany and Ecology at St.Andrews in 1983, I headed for London and a MSc in Applied Ecology at Imperial College. However I had been working steadily at my photography for the previous couple of years and after a few of weeks on the course I decided that I really wanted to pursue a new career as a photographer and graphic designer; Imperial agreed to hold my place open until the following year and as it turned out, I didn’t need to go back! So now, thirty years on – I am still self employed and while its been a roller coaster ride, I don’t think I could have gone to any other fairground! To see my latest project go here Tiny House Scotland.
St.Andrews University 1979-1983 B.Sc 2.1 Joint Hons. Botany and Ecology
The Image Factor – 1984-85, partnership with Nicholas Lestas. 112 Camden High Street then 7 Carol Street Workshops, Camden London.
Creative Concept Design – 1985-89, 1 Greenland Place, Camden, London. Owner.
Awarded Member of the Chartered Society of Designers 1988 by Rodney Fitch.
Cleopatra’s Needle – 1988-1993, London and Kelso. Partner with Jo Avery. Sold as a going concern.
Jonathan Avery Design – Darlingfield Farm Cottages Kelso – 1990-1995. Furniture making.
Jonathan Avery Design Workshops: Old Joinery, Thirladean, Selkirk 1995-98
Jonathan Avery Design Workshops: Forest Mill, Selkirk 1998 – 2003
1999 opened Jonathan Avery Design retail showroom at 3 Dundas Street ,Edinburgh.
2002-2014 Jonathan Avery retail showroom at 7-9 Church Hill Place, Edinburgh.
2005 – 2011 Jonathan Avery Homestore, expanded into 13-15 Church Hill Place, Edinburgh.
2006 – 2010 Jonathan Avery Homestore retail showroom at Hutchison Street, Merchant City, Glasgow.
Jonathan Avery Design Workshops: Huddersfield Street, Galashiels 2003 – 2006
Jonathan Avery Homestore Workshops: Bilston Glen, Mid Lothian 2006-2010
Shangri La Farm – 2010 – present – now working on my latest project here: