Esme Coppock

Esme Coppock

Esme is our Communications Lead and is responsible for expanding online interaction, directing online conversations and project narratives. She is also a student at the University of Edinburgh, studying for an MA in Architectural History and Heritage. Her love of architecture and the transformative power of design are reflected in her work.

Articles by Esme Coppock

Flooring for a new kitchen

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Nearing the end of this extension as the builders lay the flooring for the kitchen. Or is this just the beginning?.. Continue Reading >

Oak casement lights

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Windows; finished with Pine Tar, ready to be fitted in an extension in Herefordshire June 2019.. Continue Reading >

Boat building in the sky.

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The view from a new wall plate level. Examining a new ‘swept’ roof structure formed from laminated ply rafters for an.. Continue Reading >

Conserved decorative gable

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Lime render repairs to a truly unique gable in Herefordshire, completed with new leaded panes now in place. April 2019.. Continue Reading >

Inside a roof structure

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The underside of a new roof to an extension in Ledbury. When complete it will make a beautiful sculptural ceiling. April 2019.. Continue Reading >

Decorative curved brickwork

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Brickwork laid in a lime-based mortar, with brick detailing brushed back on a Grade II Listed Building in Ledbury. March 2019.. Continue Reading >

Bespoke Bricks

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Decorative brickwork to celebrate the historic gap between the significant Georgian wall and dwelling, soon to become a curved internal window seat. March 2019.. Continue Reading >

Oak, hay and bricks

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A structural survey with Sinclair Jonston: Admiring these beautiful trusses in deepest darkest Herefordshire. March 2019.. Continue Reading >

Abandoned Spaces

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Redundant barn in deepest, darkest Herefordshire in the early days of this project. March 2019.. Continue Reading >

Historic well found on site

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Found during the project this historic well, with its brick corralled top, will soon sit price of place within a new.. Continue Reading >

Brick Laying

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Bespoke curved bricks being prepared to be laid on site in Ledbury February 2019.. Continue Reading >

Handwoven Wicker Lampshades at Pensons

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Providing high level lighting, the lampshades are. suspended from a conserved ancient ceiling, they highlight the repurposed timber manager. January 2019.. Continue Reading >