Again sorry for not posting but I much prefer building than writing.
I had a week off work and put in a stint to finish the roof and walls, something I promise myself I would do before winter. Winter is a problem for me because I am building outside in a place poorly protected from the rain.
My kitchen is a pull out afare with a drop down door. Curved doors are a TD thing so nothing new except the material is thin 1/8" and foam sandwich, as anyone who has read this far, is the big thing about this build.
Finished from the back she looks like this.
The frame you can see in the boot (US-trunk) is a pull out frame that the kitchen will be built in and so the whole kitchen can be pulled out for servicing but more importantly built on the bench in the garage through the winter. Its nut deep 300mm (1ft) but its wide 1300mm (4'-3") wide and 750mm (30") deep. I will need long sides to get the draws out but that's for next year.
I added walls and a roof in the now standard foam sandwich method.
The finished for the winter stage looks like this. The window is a low cost marine deck hatch. It still has its brown paper on. You can scale my 'short' wife and can see that she can just stand up inside stood in a small foot well. I will paint the whole outside this weekend, again to keep out the moisture through the winter. The paint is a marine undercoat, International's Pre-Kote. As my dad had a boat when I way young the smell of this paint takes me back to my youth.
Looking through the part of the wall not finished you can see inside, with a bit more sanding and varnish the inside should look ok.
Well that's it until aluminium cladding and the scary curves perspex windows.
The bed is not missing I just haven't built it yet.