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  An addition to the Canon’s Courtyard now almost complete. The brief was simple – Read the Rest…

Sheep shears

For those unfamiliar with scottish agricultural terminology, a “fank” is an enclosure for managing sheep en Read the Rest…

Hands at Coulwood

A second  Coulwood commission extended the south entrance dyke in the same style along one Read the Rest…

Brodie at Woodside

  Here on the Kings Causeway, an old dry stone boundary dyke, overcome by time Read the Rest…

Canon`s courtyard

What once was a farmyard is now a unique courtyard and raised garden where individual Read the Rest…

Coulwood

A new entrance for a small croft. Curved dry stone entrance dykes, constructed using traditional Read the Rest…

Feverfew

A solution for an unusable garden on a 1 in 4 slope. The large flat Read the Rest…

Gazebo base

After successfully completing a sunken garden pond in Willy’s secluded city garden, highland stonecraft was Read the Rest…

Dry stone wall dressed cope

This commission involved moving an original dry stone dyke that runs along the main road Read the Rest…

stone steps

Willy`s sunken garden had seen better days and was in need of refurbishment. The original Read the Rest…