A page to list all relevant books I own/have read, my thoughts on them and links to any posts I’ve made about them.





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5 Responses to Library

  1. For most of us who work in the trades, the question becomes “Why do I do this?” more that “How…” I would suggest a few books: David Pye’s titles on “Workmanship” and “Design”; and Cecil Hewett’s English Historic Carpentry, just because his premise is so awesome, and some of the buildings are close enough for you to visit. Also, if you haven’t seen James Krenov’s books, please take a look. Best. M

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