This outdoor kitchen was built in the woodlands to provide the scouts and other visitors with basic cooking facilities.
All of the wood for this building came from only meters away; the main frame is Sweet Chestnut, Scots Pine forestry thinnings (which have no commercial use except pulp) were used for the roof and milled to make the floor boards. The rear wall is made from waste, “slab wood” from the milling operations and gives a deeply rustic feel.
There is a shallow green roof and solar panels provide enough electricity to run a few lights (hidden inside the old watering cans)