Steam bending Projects
To help with outdoor learning we were asked to build a reciprocal green roofed outdoor classroom.
Funded purely by the schools Solar array, a large Sweet chestnut framed outdoor classroom. The design was chosen by the Year 6 leavers of Rodborough school. Thus Completing the sustainable cycle.
The footprint of this shed has gained a living roof. Sixteen varieties of Sedum now enhance this beautiful shed.
Using the striking curve of the base of a Scots Pine has enable this structure to have many uses. This one leads into our orchard where you can pause and make use of the built in benches. By simply inclosing either end, we could have a lodge. What would you do?
This little roundwood timber framed building creates and unique and characterful store space in a garden. A Sweet Chestnut cruck frame with Western Red Cedar shingle roof, split Chestnut was used to create the woven panels for the walls and the gable rails.
This little hide away was built to create a cosy space in a suburban garden. Split chestnut poles were used to line the inside of the roof then a waterproof layer put down and a green roof on top of that. It has the advantages of creating a little more growing space and blending the […]
This two bay cruck frame provides a versatile shelter, allowing the farrier and dentist to visit whatever the weather. The frame is completely made out of Sweet Chestnut, which was felled within two kilometres of the finished building, and Western Red Cedar shingles form the roof. Curved poles and forks have been deliberately integrated to […]