An eave is not an option! Apart from giving a building a personality – I always think the a roof looks a bit like a hat, and like a hat, if the brim is too small, or non existent, then the protection it affords is seriously compromised! So that’s why it’s good to have a […]
I apologise, in advance, for the language I am about to use – it comes straight from the toilet. There will be be references to sewerage treatment (or mistreatment), to human frailty and I may not remain wholly serious………… Water is a finite resource – water is life, but even more finite than life. Everywhere […]
Timber affords that measure of comfort that any and all natural products seem to provide – must be rooted deep in our minds. Timber allows for flexibility – partly because of the variety of forms it presents, but also because it has a predictable behaviour which means adding, subtracting and other modifications are easily done. […]
I know a punjabi named Hans. That’s really his name – it was his mother’s idea – its meant that he’s spent his whole life explaining that it really is his name – most punjabi’s do not have germanic names. I also know an Indian (as in the “sub continent”) who told me to call […]
The Stringybark, Turpentine, and Ironbark were the trees of my youth, but they have given way to the Blue Mountains Ash. The type of tree doesn’t seem to matter, the effect is the same.