Rhiannon Williams project, Brewlam won first place in the NWTTA’s Most Innovative Use of Timber competition.
Judges said: “The complete thought process on the building’s function and needs felt like no stone was unturned.
“The research on the materials used was excellent and designed with the immediate building locale in mind.
“A practical and attractive design with timber at the forefront of its exterior and interior.”
Here Rhiannon talks us through her project and tells us why she enjoys working with timber.
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