The Gazebo was the first Reciprocal Frame building designed and built by Graham. It was based upon human dimensions. The span of his arms was the wall length. His height determined the diameter upon which the geometry determined. The height of the roof and the size of the skylight emerged from the matrix of 7 sided geometry but was chosen for that which fell within relaxed gaze if lying on the floor and looking at the skylight.
Over the years this building has taken many forms for many purposes from meditation sanctuary to garden office to sales office and creche for a major UK house-builder