A small museum built to celebrate the wireless telegraph inventor Guillieme Marconi, for the National Trust.
We sourced the chestnut cladding from the National Trust’s own woodland – selecting, storing, drying and calculating the requirements.
The larch frame is in Cornish larch from the Boconnoc Estate and is a modern stainless steel/mortice and tenon hybrid.
Building design: Nick Donaldson
Frame design and carpentry: Matt Robinson & Co.