Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Garden office in a small space


A common issue among those considering becoming shedworkers is worries about how much room a garden office will take up. Here's a good example of what can be done in a restricted area, in this case by eDEN Garden Rooms at a terraced home in Hither Green, London. It was built boundary-to-boundary at the end of a narrow garden, measuring 3.3m x 3.7m and featuring aluminium sliding doors (replacing an existing shed) on screwpile foundations. The whole build took just under a week.

You can see more about how eDEN puts together their buildings in the video below.

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