Wednesday, May 07, 2008


Ottawa architect Kevin Deevey describes this backyard studio - known as the 'Manhut' by the family of the owner - as "more of an experiment than anything". He continues:
"The program involved simply getting a small, quiet workspace into an otherwise cramped and full New Edinburg semi. The solution was to build a decorated shed in an otherwise shady and secluded part of the rear yard. Measuring 10' x 10', the "hut" accomodates a table, chair and a precious grey market motorcycle."
You can download more details about the build here.
A Bill Kratz spot.

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