Nethercott & Co Workshop

The historically important setting warranted a sympathetic design.

Once the ground works were complete the first skin of the walls were built in blockwork. The outer skin used local stone; hand pitched and shaped. 

Nethercott & Co Workshop
Nethercott & Co Workshop
Nethercott & Co Workshop

John Nethercott supplied the joinery

Photo, below left:  Project detail The first phase of construction involved laying concrete footings and foundations. A steel frame was also inserted to support the roof structure.

Nethercott & Co Workshop

John Nethercott supplied the joinery

Photo, below left:  Project detail The first phase of construction involved laying concrete footings and foundations. A steel frame was also inserted to support the roof structure.

Nethercott & Co Workshop
Nethercott & Co Workshop
Nethercott & Co Workshop
Nethercott & Co Workshop

John Nethercott supplied the joinery

Photo, below left:  Project detail The first phase of construction involved laying concrete footings and foundations. A steel frame was also inserted to support the roof structure.

Architect - Gill Amos

The end result is quite befitting of this special setting. 

Nethercott & Co Workshop
Nethercott & Co Workshop
Nethercott & Co Workshop