6a architects were commissioned to design a garden room for a mother of a busy family who was reliant on a wheelchair. Through their unique, innovative approach they designed a structure that winds around the trees situated in the centre of the garden. The client, Rowan Moore states, ‘we can enjoy the garden much more thoroughly, and that previous neglected parts now get more attention. The garden, actually smaller, feels bigger’. (Rowan Moore is architecture critic at the Observer and author of Why We Build). 6a approached us to supply the reclaimed Jarrah cladding for the walls and roof of the extension . We used reclaimed sleepers from the UK rail network, and cut them to their specifications in our sawmill. The project was awarded 2 RIBA awards.