STAINLESS vs TANINES
Having carefully detailed a primary Steel Structure to receive an exposed Green Oak Roof , we drew blank looks from a number of Steel frame manufacturers. We then took the proposals to Fergusons Marine in Port Glasgow. They were not phased and displayed positivity toward the innovations being requested.
They were in transition themselves.
As Scotland's only non military shipyard they were focussing on work in emerging and more sustainable markets.
They brought Cunard Class finish to the metal components of this House.
We would not hesitate to work with them again.
Campbell + Mackintosh
Its very very rare to find such a conscientious builder as this.
With a back ground in Granite masonry and green woodwork this expressed Oak and Composite Steel structure wrapping around a Granite Steading was made possible.
Morton Young + Borland
MYB textiles In Ayrshire have been retooling their Nottingham lace making machines to enable them to keep running. and to find new Markets. Complex computer generated patterns are now fed direct to the Looms and anything visual is possible.
MYB provided the 1900 Flemmish period pattern Lace called " Guirlandes "
The pattern representing the Honour in the former Hand Loom weaving of Govan.
Honour in work highlighted by the appearance of the Ghost of Water Row
MYB Textiles are delightful and inspiring people to work with.