Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Hebridean garden room

Lynn Fotheringham from InsideOut Buildings has been filling us in about the build for this garden office on Islay for clients in Port Ellen.

"It was quite an expedition cum InsideOut holiday," she says. "Our foreman brought his daughter so that they could explore the island in their spare time and Gordon and I also stayed for a week, right next to the Lagavulin distillery. Angela, our lorry driver, worrried for weeks because I told her she would have to reverse onto the ferry. I was wrong. Though we were almost banned from the ferry because we were carrying gas canisters for the nail guns. We managed to persuade Calmac at the last minute that we would be a bit lost without them.

"You will see from the photo that the larch cladding, which can be seen on buildings throughout Scotland, is silvering faster than usual because the garden room is heavily exposed to sea breezes and Scottish gales." ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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