"From it I look down the garden to the house, a converted silk factory. The shed is wonderfully insulated and easy to heat; it's a proper office and very, very private. I work here for about seven hours a day and I'm now dependent on it as a place to retreat to."Well worth a browse.
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Composer Harrison Birtwistle - featured in The Guardian's Composers'/Wrtiers' Rooms series - is a serial shedworker. He has worked in garden offices in Twickenham, an island in Scotland, France, and now in his current home in Dorset. As he says:
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