"The best of these prefabs can be self-sufficient in their idyllic locations, catching sunlight and wind for energy, siphoning fresh air for ventilation and rain for watering herb gardens."Regular readers of Shedworking will recognise the models he focuses on except maybe the steel-framed Habode, pictured above, from New Zealand designer Rod Gibson: it's easily transportable, setupable and recyclable, built to withstand extreme heat, torrential downpours and extreme winds - a fine shedworking atmosphere. Well worth a browse.
Sunday, June 21, 2009
A nice piece by Robin Barton in The Independent on Sunday looks at the wonderful world of small prefabs. As Robin says:
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