Saturday, June 02, 2012

Underground garden office

I was asked the following question on the Twitter yesterday so put out a call for help for anybody working in partially underground garden offices... I had several chats with people about Anderson Shelters but the likeliest response came from Robert Morrison who is building the garden office pictured above and below for a client in London later in the year. We will bring you more details of the build once it happens, probably around September. But an interesting early point - rather unusually, as Robert points out, the build will take place in front of the house, not at the back... ----------------------------------------------------------------------
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1 comment:

  1. This is something I've been thinking of for a while... My plan was to semi sink a shed into the ground, perhaps 3-4 ft and then put a vegetable garden on the roof. It would need steps to get down in to the shed and up to the veg patch, but it would be perfect for smaller gardens as it wouldn't monopolise the space and also wouldn't be as visible as a similar sized shed fully above the ground.