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May 03, 2005 || 1:51 am
A good full day on site today - a week from the Pig Roast and we're nearing completion, which is exciting. Today we put up the tin siding on the back of the house, a subject of some nervousness among the team as we were worried about how it might really look once in place - but luckily even the greatest doubters were converted when we saw it - shiny but not too shiny, surprisingly sophisticated-looking and lovely in the afternoon sun. All the inside of the house is painted now, and we're doing the fiddly stuff like putting up light fixtures and so on. It's exciting to finally see the house come to fruition and how all our paper ideas translate in reality.
|I'm an urban designer and regeneration consultant with my own practice. At other times I like playing the fiddle, eating and writing.|
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