Client - H&W Wichelstowe.
Contract Period - 38 Weeks
Contract Value - £2.8 Million
Construction of a new public house using both traditional and timber frame construction encapsulated with zinc and timbre cladding and aluminium curtain walling/windows, with zinc standing seam roof covering. Fit-out incorporate bespoke design and assorted materials and narrowboat feature.
The design is inspired by the golden era of canals 1750-1820 (the same period that Hall & Woodhouse was founded) and will evoke the boatyards, trading halls and warehouses that grew up around the canal network in Georgian Britain.