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Seawater Antenna at the Estuary Festival

We’ve made a small contribution to the Estuary Festival 2016 which runs until Friday 30th September. Cathy FitzGerald approached us to design and build a base for her Seawater Antenna.  Her concept wove stories of the Thames transmitted by radio to a chute of seawater which amazingly can pick up radio signals. A driftwood idea was posed and…

Curved staircase with oak treads

We don’t normally make staircases here at Moosejaw as there are specialist staircase manufacturers with whom it is hard to compete. But if you would like some really unusual stairs made that the “specialists” can’t handle, then we are are always up for the challenge. Here are some curved stairs with oak treads that we…

Dom Bridges’ Victorian Sea Bathing Machine to be shown on George Clark’s Amazing Spaces Tonight

Our big job over summer 2015 was Dom Bridges’ Sea Bathing Machine. Based on the Victorian changing huts that protected ladies’ modesty when they were getting changed for a swim in the sea, this is essentially a wood fired sauna on wheels. It will live on Margate beach and be available for the public to hire…

Where our Reclaimed Pine Once Grew

Whilst preparing our reclaimed pine timber for a Cath Kidston cash desk, Rob found this stamp on the reverse of what we know as ‘Pine Roof Board’. Until recently, pine roof board used to sit under and support the slate roofs of our early 20th century housing stock. The stamp shows clearly that the board…