rather than using fridges and such, I'm hoping to build a proper larder for hanging/cooling deer/game. I have plenty of space but probably will not need to store more than 5 deer at a time, so was thinking of building a larder around 6' X 3' and around 8' high.

I was thinking of using a wooden frame and a tile floor that's slanted for draining/cleaning.

so to those who've built their own larders before, are there any particular refrigeration wall covering for the inside and/or outside I should use, should the gap/walls be insulated with any particular products, and lastly, can I convert a larder fridge cooling engine into something that works and how?

I know it's pretty broad based as a question, but any experience out there and help would be appreciated.