Daniel Reagan started timber framing in 1978. His love of wood led to an honours degree in construction technology.
Kimberley Reagan learned woodworking at a young age from her grandfather, which sparked her life-long interest in wood craft.
Together they spent a year in Nagano, Japan, where Daniel apprenticed, studied timber framing, and wrote his thesis comparing Japanese and American styles of timber framing.
This experience, and years of hands-on timber framing and traditional joinery, ensure quality workmanship and a dedication to the historical craft of timber framing.
Dan is a collector of “special” pieces of wood and has built a significant collection of interesting pieces for which he enjoys finding homes.
Kimberley is currently on the Board of Directors of the Nova Scotia Home and Building Designers Association.
Kimberley Reagan,(left) and with Dan (right), shown with the 2012 Peoples Choice Award.