"The garden site is positioned on a prominent hillside location and surrounded by a variety of traditional architecture. Whilst the summerhouse was designed to act as a subtle contemporary contrast in time it will blend into the hillside through the use of natural and sustainable materials such as timber cladding and a sedum grass roof."
Thursday, January 14, 2010
This rather lovely summerhouse in Coleford, Somerset, was designed by MJW Architects to replace an unhabitable garden shed and be used for both living and working. It's well insulated and comes with underfloor heating, office space (naturally), shower room, WC and sink. Here's what they say about it:
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