Welcome to Day 3 of the MASCo WALCOT photoshoot with Andy Marshall of fotofacade
Getting things into perspective…
Andy points MASCo WALCOT director, Kevin Harris, in the right direction:
The boss enters the frame:
There’s a lot of pointing today, which is good – decisive, focused, efficient!
It’s been great fun, but just what has Steve seen through the lens? (it’s not a competition question!)
Win a staddle stone in our Period Living Christmas Competition
MASCo has teamed up with Period Living for a special Christmas competition, and the prize: a beautiful staddle stone from our garden yard collection of reclaimed architectural features, garden ornaments and statuary.
All the details are here on the Period Living website, simply login and answer the question for your chance to win.
The finished article: Kelmscott gazebo recreated in Sapperton
True to our word (and you can check that in our 4 November blog post here) the Arts & Crafts gazebo has taken a month to complete. It’s hard to believe this garden existed without it.
A stunning vista on crisp winter mornings; imagine what it will look like in late spring / early summer…
If you have an idea for something special for your garden or home, we’d be delighted to hear from you: please get in touch.
Arts and Crafts alive and well in the Cotswolds
Good clients, Mary and Antony Haynes, walked into the MASCo yard one month ago and said, “We want a gazebo exactly the same as the William Morris one at Kelmscott Manor“.
Straight forward enough, really!
So, thanks to Mike Mitchell and Neil Gardiner, the job was completed within one month of planning consent using all traditional materials supplied and sourced by MASCo.
In the mornings, these aptly-shaped shadows all point to the west side of Westminster Bridge, the side of the Houses of Parliament.
Another MASCo project!