Architect: Lee Boyd
Contractor: McKay Flooring
Type of works: Junckers Oak Variation specified for restoration of Grade B listed building.
Architects Lee Boyd of Edinburgh specified Junckers Oak Variation for the complete restoration of Garrison House on the Isle of Cumbrae, a Grade B listed building. Almost destroyed by a fire in 2001, the building was awarded considerable public funding to enable Lee Boyd to completely transform it into a unique space that unites a contemporary look with the heritage of the building.
Junckers solid Oak Variation provided the perfect back drop for the interior, its rustic look adding natural warmth and beauty. Junckers pre-finished floors provide ultimate durability for this public facility, which includes a museum, library, surgery and café.
The flooring contractors were McKay Flooring, part of Junckers Approved Contractors network.