Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Lerryn woodland workspace nearly completed






This unusual frame had been over a year in the pipeline, and was destined to be something a bit different from the beginning. The customer wanted a light weight, contemporary structure with clean, slender lines and a sense of openness and space. A traditional oak frame seemed inappropriate, so I designed this Larch frame with stainless steel wire bracing to meet these requirements, with post feet designed to give the building an especially light contact with the ground. We're currently cladding the inner space with vertically hung Western Red Cedar boards...finished photos to follow.

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