Tuesday, December 15, 2009


We feature a lot of shedlike buildings built for disasters on Shedworking since they're not only extremely worthy but very often contain elements which could usefully be reused or fiddled with to make applicable to garden offices. Here's a particularly fine example, the Metaplate by Kelvin Yong who describes it as:
A modular disaster shelter system designed for medium to long term needs. The shelter system is designed to be expanded and have the possiblity to accommodate piping, drainage and living facilities.
I think something like this would work well in the garden office market as it's rather distinctive (and perhaps some portion of the sales profits could then be ploughed back into disaster area-related causes).
Via The Design Blog
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