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?
Three bay Tractor shed with Log sheds. Curved larch pole with galvanized roof and hazel woven walls.
Outstanding log shelter with oak pergola…
Woven wall log shelter….
This log shed is completely made out of Sweet Chestnut; the frame, cladding and roof. We use Sweet Chestnut so extensively because of it’s excellent building properties, durability and the fact that is it grows abundantly in the South of England. The hand split shingle roof is more durable than any other shingles and creates a very distinctive […]