Thursday, January 24, 2008


We've covered sheds within sheds before such as the Whisper Room and the Yamaha Avitechs MyRoom and here are two more examples, aimed at musicians but in reality perfect for some in-home shedworking too. First, the Studio Box (pictured above). Fans of modular prefab will admire its construction techniques with an installation time for a standard size vocal booth of two to four hours: no screwing, sawing, drilling, caulking or any other mechanical work required. Or try the Vocal Booth, used as portable projector enclosures at the Sundance Film Festival. Pictured below is one of their five-sided Diamond series models designed to use the corner of a room. There is also a useful Featured Artist section where you can see and read about how they work in situ and also some interesting bespoke examples here. They claim assembly time for their Standard model is just 30 minutes, again with no tools necessary.

1 comment:

  1. This is great if you have a lot of space to make it and money as well. But if you have a limited space and can only use your bedroom or small room, it might be better to use portable vocal booths. Also, you can bring it anywhere.