Monday, June 14, 2010

Stately home shed: Philip Cooper

Philip Cooper is one of the UK's leading multidisciplinary designers (among his many and varied works is the Paralympic logo for the London 2012 Olympics and a popup rooftop restaurant for Selfridges). He is also a quite spectacular designer of shedlike atmospheres. Above is the garden shed he turned into a Versailles and Robert Adams-inspired 18th century stately home - when he was 14. I'll repeat that, when he was 14. And below is his rather fabulous seaside hut for the reception area of venturethree using lolly sticks and chip forks.
And if you were in any doubt about his love of sheds, simply look at his home page...
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