Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Gordon 'Men and Sheds' Thorburn interview

There's an excellent interview with Gordon Thorburn who wrote the iconic Men and Sheds book over at secrets-of-shedbuilding. Pictured above are his two sheds and here's what he says about them:
"The 18th century shed pictured is therefore used as a garage, that is to say, to store tools, wood, workbench etc, plus a load of stuff that should be chucked out. The other is an orthodox garden shed. My wife wants me to convert the old shed into an office to get me out of the house, but I want to convert the attic. So I’ll probably stay where I am, in a corner of the dining room."
Do nip across and have a look (it also contains some additional insights into how the book was put together).
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