"There is a new trend for garden offices. In fact ‘Shedworking’ is not new; writers and artists have worked in sheds and summerhouses for generations. The bonus of a garden workspace is that there is a separation between where you live and where you work and with wifi you don’t even need an extra broadband connection. Salim is a radio producer who has built an office space and edit suite at the end of his garden away from his noisy kids; Sam is another Shedworker who runs a small record label from an outbuilding at the back of her garden."Ian is more of a summerhouseworker than a shedworker but also something of a thirdplaceworker. He says:
"When it comes to workspaces I am a bit promiscuous but typically work includes the office at home in my loft (if my young kids are quiet); the summerhouse when it is sunny; a local office where I hot-desk a couple of days a week; a member’s club in Covent Garden; numerous trains, tubes and coffee shops in between."You can read his blog here, find out more about him from his rather nice web site here and buy the book here.