“We’ve constructed the room from low-toxicity materials to reduce the building’s environmental impact. It is durable, low maintenance, has an environmentally responsible finish and it’ll last for a long, long time. Working with an organisation that bases everything it does on organic principles has been entirely in tune with what we’re all about."
Friday, June 06, 2008
InsideOut have just completed a new garden room for staff and clients at Bridewell Organic garden and vineyard (pictured below) a West Oxfordshire charity whose clients suffer from a range of complex mental illnesses from depression to schizophrenia and are encouraged to help tend the garden and vineyards. More than twenty staff and clients previously used an old garage to relax in so the new room, with its log-burning stove, is a very welcome addition.Gordon Smith, InsideOut’s architect, explains:
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