Timber Arc

Jules Russell, Various Locations | 2012-14

Jules grows, fells and converts his own timber into structures, craft and furniture. He approached Craftedspace to collaborate on a micro-structure that uses laminated structural arches and can be delivered in one piece to site on a trailer. This process allows Jules to work from his base in Wales, adding value to his timber crop and to deliver products across the UK.

Driven by a desire to create sustainable solutions, the Timber Arc has to date been conceived as a stand-alone compost toilet for allotment associations, private individuals and

The Centre for Alternative Technology.

However it could be a sauna, meditation space, summer house or garden office.The Timber Arc has already evolved through several iterations exploring different arches, styles of cladding, ironmongery and the use of salvaged portholes as well as bespoke window openings. Featured at Grand Designs in 2013 this micro-structure sets the standard for the high attention to detail that Jules’ creations command.

Photo 1, 5 & 6 by Jony Easterby, Photos 2 , 3 & 4 by Jenny Hall

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