Spotted in the trendiest international design magazines or perhaps in your neighbour’s backyard, the podspace, aka the shed or bunky is au courant. Ontario residents are taking advantage of a building bylaw allowing 100 sq ft free-standing units without a building permit. On both city and country property, used as an office or studio, guest room, kids’ play room or den, these 100sq ft spaces serve a multitude of functions while extending one’s living space. See how 5 designers, decorators and stylists each transform a basic 100 sq ft shed into a small room.One for the diary.
Sunday, November 08, 2009
The Ontario Interior Design Show claims to be Canada's largest contemporary design fair and the 2010 show next January promises to be a particularly interesting one for shedworkers since one of the feature exhibits - Five Small Rooms - is dedicated to shedlike atmospheres. Here's what they say:
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