Monday, August 05, 2013

Fibonacci garden office



As today is 5/8/13, it seems appropriate to look at Paul Hurst's fascinating garden office design for his yet-to-be-built shedworking atmosphere. "I wanted to get the most efficient use possible from our fairly small garden," he says "but with a building that wasn't bland."

It's certainly not bland and I'd highly recommend you click the link above to read why he went for a Fibonaccci-themed garden office... We'll bring you photos of the actual build later in the year once everything is underway. -------------------------------------------------------------------------
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8 comments:

  1. The design looks great. I am looking forward to see actual photos of this design.

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  2. Thanks!

    Our builder thinks it will come out very well, and my 'inner nerd' was really chuffed when I had the light bulb moment of realisation about the shape. Just want to get in there now.

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  3. very simple idea and does the properly. looks like a nice space to work in.

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  4. I love the whole idea of setting up a office in such a relaxing place. Design is quite unique and looks a lot different from other ordinary offices.

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  5. The final outcome would be great of this garden office. Looking forward to see it.

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  6. Wow.. this is a really good idea, never knew that a garden office can be designed so nicely.

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  7. Wow, what a great design. I haven’t seen this type of design before. It looks really great.

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  8. Wow, garden office is great I like it.

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