Friday, June 01, 2007
Not strictly a shed, but you can see the shedlike application possibilities shining through The Camouflage House (pictured), highlighted at the always interesting coolhunter. Matthew Hussey writes: "Set among shrubs and budding fir trees, this home has been encased in a façade matching the greenery around it. The concealing mesh is permeable to let the sunshine filter onto the house. But it also allows the light from inside to radiate out. Allowing the build to sit anonymously by day, but emerge discretely at night." It's a winner, no doubt about it. Thanks to Candy Gourlay for alerting me to this.
Posted by alex johnson at 5:25 PM