Monday, May 25, 2009

Peter Merry: shedworker

Peter Merry is a busy chap: a partner at Engage!, the founder and Chair of the Center for Human Emergence, Netherlands; the founder and Director of the Hague Center for Global Governance, Innovation and Emergence; and a Fellow of the Center for Human Ecology in the UK. And he's a shedworker - but as you might expect from somebody with the above credentials, his garden office is something special. Pictured above, it is covered in car tyres from a local garage on the outside and is built out of recycled materials (wood from the former garden house on location, old wooden furniture found on the streets, glass from a nearby bankrupted glass company) by 'garbage architects' Denis Oudendijk and Jan Korbes. You can see more pictures of this marvellous build here - don't forget to scroll down to see them all and more description of the build.

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