The new instrument was designed by William Drake Ltd. I built the organ case and pipe shades in the inspiration of the Georgian classical style found in England. Air dried oak was the best material in use and the timber came from a sawmill who specializes in cutting oak trees in quarter and rift sawn. I made the paneling by slicing the boards to assemble symmetrical figured panels. To design the pipe shades, I have used elements of ornamentation that we often see in larger organ cases dating from the middle of the eighteenth century, here the carvings were finished in the same way without sanding, from the tools, the surfaces were left bare and natural. The facade includes : two towers, two flats and a round tower.