Wednesday, July 16, 2008

International Shed of the Year: YOU decide

There isn't an official prize for International Shed of the Year (although a category will be in place for it for the 2009 Shed Week celebrations) but because of the high quality of the entrants Uncle Wilco and Shedworking felt that it was only right to highlight our two favourites and ask the public which one they liked the best. So above is my choice, James Glave's Eco-Shed in Bowen Island, British Columbia, Canada, the subject of his book due out in September, Almost Green. And below is Mikey B's tiki hut in Altadena, California. It's well worth clicking on the links since there is lots of building detail about each of them on the readersheds.co.uk site.

3 comments:

  1. you make it so DIFFICULT for me when you pitch my eco dream shed (in a fantastic wild natural place) against my evil secret weakness, a tiki hut. YOu have put me in an almost irresolvable quandary,,,,,, ahhhh! my brain is being wrenched in two!!!! The agony!!!

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  2. Was that a response to me talking about the agony of my brain being wrenched in two?

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