Circling round to the starting point

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Back to building things – a front porch

theinfill – the infill – Tudor, Elizabethan, Jacobean Dolls House Blog - building a removable porch out of foamboard

I’ve been hoarding the foamboard – can be expensive but light and fairly strong particularly when covered inside and out with finishes of various kinds

A few blog entries back I was working on the Guild Master’s office.  I’d like it to have a small private sitting room area too. Now that the lower limit of porch expansion has been put in place with the boy at the window and James is in his little office, I’m circling back to the porch and that sitting room area.  It’s hiding in the front porch as an upper room.

Details, details

As far as I can I’ve got the other frontages done in this half of the house. There’s still a window to go in on the corridor outside the Master’s office but that has to wait till this porch is in place. Part of the corridor fourth wall (a proposed sliding section) has to have an extra triangle of wall added so that it will meet the slope of the porch roofing that hopefully will be next to it.  (I’m altogether too inaccurate to do this before the porch roof is in place.)

theinfill – the infill – Tudor, Elizabethan, Jacobean Dolls House Blog - building a removable porch out of foamboard

Diagram of proposed corridor window wall with added triangle as infill to porch roof slope

 

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