Some Of Our Recent Projects -
The projects we get involved with are wide ranging and diverse. A blend of historical craftmanship, natural materials, and a creative eye is the synergy which binds them together. To give you a flavour, here is a snapshot of the projects we have been involved with over the last 12 months:
- Crafting hazel hurdle sections for First World War trenches- for two feature films, one winning' Best Production Design' Oscar.
- Refurbishing thatched gazebos looking out to sea at both Brixham and across the Thames.
- Turning Spring to Winter- Dressing dried flower stalks for a covering of faux snow. Conjuring mid-winter without damaging the live spring flowers beneath- for a Dickensian BBC Drama
- Thatching many medieval round houses to be burned on the shores of a lake- Netflix Series
- Building and re-purposing several horse carts - for a number of productions.
- Building bespoke thatched sunshades and parasols for a prestigious car launch in Dubai.
- Thatching a ruined settlement on the side of an Irish mountain- HBO series.
- Re thatching an African themed adventure playground (15 roofs) for one of the UK leading visitor attractions.
- Thatching dining concessions for a full-sized recreation of the Globe theatre.
Creating and installing full size blossom trees for a restaurant nestled in a restored cotton mill.
Thatching an original Voysey Arts & Crafts summer house, to look old and timeworn - for a period Feature film
Suspending a full-size Oak tree into a retail space without using invasive fittings.
Creating a sea of flowers inside one of London's most iconic venues, for one night only!
Cedar shingle roofs for a fantasy village - Feature film
Installing a living, 'laid hedge' for one of Britain's best loved children's characters- Tv
Renting props to one of Saville Rows leading gentleman's Taylors for a for a James Bond themed Christmas window.
Creating a falling snow Santa grotto for a children's charity.
Shipping all manner of natural materials around the UK and further afield, including two containers to New Zealand and one to Geneva.