A large conservatory in Scotland, the photos were taken 2 ½ years after completion showing the weathering of the oak cover boards. The roof is stepped to reduce the length of glass units. The glass is bronze tinted to provide a degree of solar control and stop the building over heating in summer, though this does make it hard to grow tomatoes. The solar control element is very important on frames with extensive glazing as the space can overheat very rapidly which is not good for the green timber frame as it will dry out too quickly which can lead to distortion of the frame.