Projects

STAICK HOUSE

Peeling back the layers of a medieval manor house

3D model utilising over 6500 drone and terrestrial images combined with point cloud data and a solid control network to produce a high-resolution survey grade deliverable. Made available to our clients via a browser link so no need for large PCs or costly hardware.

The Grade II* listed medieval manor house, known as Staick House, is thought to date from mid 14th century. Later additions in the 16th and 17th century with some early 20th century restoration make this one of Eardisland’s most interesting timber-framed buildings.

The house sadly suffered decades of neglect and fell into a state of disrepair. We’re pleased to assist Border Oak Design & Construction Limited as they set out to restore the house to the splendid home it once was.

3D model of Staick House

3D model of Staick House

2D drawings of Staick House from point cloud data

2D drawings of Staick House from point cloud data

Peeling back the layers of the medieval manor house with a dissection of the oak-framed building.

Peeling back the layers of the medieval manor house with a dissection of the oak-framed building.

Take a look around our high-resolution 3D model of Staick House, a fascinating Grade II* listed medieval manor house. The Nira browser link provides convenient, close inspection of the building via smartphone, tablet or desktop.

Take a look around our high-resolution 3D model of Staick House, a fascinating Grade II* listed medieval manor house. The Nira browser link provides convenient, close inspection of the building via smartphone, tablet or desktop.