Wednesday, January 23, 2008

InsideOut in Scotland

Lynn Fotheringham from Inside Out Buildings talks on her The Office In The Garden blog about a recent build in rural Fife, their most northerly office build to date. She writes:
"As you can see, we usually build the garden office before the landscaping is complete. This building is now surrounded by paths, deckings and bushes, but when we photographed it hours before completion the garden was still in its raw November state. This en-suite garden office needed planning permission, not because of the en-suite but because it is nearer to the road than the main house is. Our lovely client practices lymphatic drainage to help patients suffering from lymphoedema."

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