Tuesday, April 22, 2008

A James Alexander-Sinclair shed

We mentioned some of James Alexander-Sinclair's sheds earlier in the week and here's one of his lovely designs, sadly not yet off the drawing board, but which can still be enjoyed at Matt Byron Petch's excellent site here in 3D animated form. What Shedworking most likes about this is, of course, that it rotates. George Bernard Shaw would have approved.


  1. You've been blog-tagged. Hope you don't mind.

    I didn't start it.

    Rules on my blog.



  2. That is really a nice design. I'd build that.

  3. Yes it's really nice and the animation shows it off well.

    Thanks Steve. Good to hear from you.

  4. Princess Augusta had a temple at Kew which had a revolving bench in it to follow the sun... but J A-S just takes it to a whole other level by having the actual building move. I send him respect.

  5. Crikey, it all happened at Kew didn't it?

    Revolving shedlike atmospheres are great - GBS's springs to mind first, but there are others (if you type in 'rotating' and/or 'revolving' in the search box top left then you'll find lots more goodies.