The Grand Designs eco-house, Crossway, addressed a huge array of issues associated with the design of the humble dwelling. Yet one thing that hadn't been anticipated, was the whispering gallery effect, created by the amazing tiled vault which forms the roof of the two end bedrooms.
The only way to eliminate this was to introduce a ceiling, but with so many different heights and angles to contend with, this was far from easy.
The result was to build a complex, compound curved timber structure to join the ceiling spaces together. This unusual architectural project was taken on and built by the skilled joiners at Mounts Hill, making Verity's spectacular bedroom an even more amazing space!