Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Sheila Blake: shedworker

Artist Sheila Blake works in this marvellous copper-sided garden office built on a sloping piece of ground in Takoma Park designed by Travis Price Architects. The entrance faces away from the main house and the whole thing rests on exposed concrete pillars. Large windows and skylights allow plenty of light into the space. The build is featured in Neal Zimmerman's excellent Home Workspace Idea Book where he likens it to a floating boat moored at a wharf.
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1 comment:

  1. I am a huge fan of copper and the beautiful patina it develops. Lovely building that will age well.