The crazy roof emerges

No work on Friday, but they started up again yesterday. When I went for a sticky beak, I thought the roof looked crazy, but today took it up a notch! I’ll attempt to annotate where these photos were taken from, but I may have forgotten some.

First up, the front is beginning to look right proper

First up, the front is beginning to look right proper

The entry hall has been boxed out.

The entry hall has been boxed out for the recessed ceiling.

From here on in it starts to get crazy as you look up, this is from the hallway towards the back.

From here on in it starts to get crazy as you look up, this is from the hallway towards the back.

Crazy roof joins

Oooh, yeah… I think this is taken from one of the two studies.

And now, some close-ups… I think I can honestly say I have no clue where they were taken.

Crazy roof joins

Crazy roof joins

OK so I think the above 2 were taken from the hallway looking towards the open plan area. The rest I have no idea about.

Crazy roof joins

Crazy roof joins

Crazy roof joins

This one does my head in.

Crazy roof joins

Close up

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Crazy roof joins

OK, so this one is in the kitchen looking towards the library.

Crazy roof joins

Crazy roof joins

Crazy roof joins

Crazy roof joins

Crazy roof joins

Crazy roof joins

And if you’ve managed to get this far, here are some pictures of the back!

Crazy roof

Crazy roof

Phew! Thanks for reading (or looking at roof pictures at any rate). I have no idea how far away it is from colorbond.

 

 

 

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4 Comments:

  1. Makes me think of geometric puzzles and I was never any good at those. I hope it all makes sense to your carpenters.

  2. Wow, just wow. That looks like so much fun.

    It is going to look so beautiful when it’s finished, especially from the road, from what I can judge from the side elevation. What colour did you settle on for your colorbond?

    • Thanks Andrew 🙂 We ended up choosing Surfmist, mainly for the thermal properties as we don’t want the roof to retain too much heat.

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