Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Garden office inspired by ABBA

An excellent interview with Barnsley-based shedworking writer Max Reid by Sharon Dale in the Yorkshire Post (photos by Simon Hulme). Designed by architect Mark Booth with interiors by Ben Huckerby and built by Cedar Garden Rooms, features include a day bed and a kitchenette. Here's a snippet:
“I wanted somewhere that was quiet and had no distractions and I remembered that Abba went off to a log cabin in the hills of Sweden for six months to write some of their best music. So I suggested to my wife that I could do the same.” 
 Lots more details about the build and Max's new musical at the link.
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