Monday, March 30, 2015

Cabin Fever: why it's good to build a garden office

A nice article by Heather Hansman on re-form ('Cabin Fever: What your brain gets out of building in the forest) looks at the delights of making a shedlike atmosphere. Video above and snippet below:
"Going to the woods to live deliberately hasn’t been news since Henry David Thoreau hiked out of Concord, but the most recent fascination with flannel and timber framing might not just be superficial. We have a neurological need for both natural spaces and productive physical work, and the farther we sink into Snapchat, the more we’re missing it. That’s why building a cabin is appealing."
Well worth a browse. --------------------------------------------------------------------
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