While I was catching up on all the photo files in the office the other day I came across these. A very unusual project whereby two buildings have been joined by an oak frame.
I don't know much about the project but it seems from these pics to be very complicated and unique.
Perhaps it illustrates just how 'bespoke' Border Oak can be? It certainly crushes the myth (much loved and repeated by our competitors) that Border Oak only build 'standard' designs and that making frames by hand isn't accurate, adaptable or efficient.
Will be interesting to see how this project looks once it it complete.
NB the first image is before work started - the last image is taken from roughly the same position