Wednesday, April 07, 2010


Shedworking is on the rise in Germany (though not sure what the right term is - Gartenhäuser?) and the garDomo is at the forefront of this trend with its several colourful models, including a kennel, made out of Holzhartfaserplatten, flat panels based on thermosetting resins, homogeneously reinforced with wood fibres that are compressed under high pressure and temperature (apparently). Designed by architect Jan Prühs and made in Germany, they have sliding doors and electrics and some models include stained glass windows. There's a nice gallery here. If your German is besser than mine (which is ganz schlecht), please do add more details in the comments below.
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