CF shop items:
The first 10 issues of the M&T, brought together and comprehensively indexed to become a valuable reference text, charting the early years of what has become a flourishing industry.
(N.B. This book is given to CF members as part of their welcome pack.)
There has long been a debate about meaning of the strange marks often found scratched on to the walls and beams of ancient buildings. Author Laurie Smith has undertaken an exhaustive study of one family of these marks: daisy wheels. Laurie has developed a convincing theory, backed with a great deal of evaluated research that suggests the use of daisy wheels as an aid to building design and construction in the days before tape measures and calculators.
In this excellently-illustrated book, Laurie examines a remarkable architectural survivor in Devon, and reveals how the wall markings relate to the geometrical design of the building.