Sunday, 7 February 2016


After a few days of graft now comes my favourite bit of making a building which is joining the walls together for the first time.

In the case of the Oberon Wood houses it's very a very intriguing moment because some of these houses are such an unconventional shape.

Number 17 is made up of two distinct sections on different levels lined by a long wall along the back.

First I put together the larger, upper section which contains most of the the accommodation.

Before adding on the other half, which includes the integral garage, I added an extra wall section on the inside to ensure that the front wall of the garage was fixed on square and level.

As you can see, at this stage the building is a very odd shape and sits rather lopsided at the moment.

There is also a big gap where the porch and the front entrance to the house will have to be added on, which is most likely my next task.

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