Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Garden office case studies: artist's studio, writing shed, craft room, ceramic workshop

A nice piece about the varied shedworkers working in Garden Affairs buildings in The Bristol Magazine. Above is Max Ryan's Studio 61 workspace and here's a snippet from the article:
Max Ryan wanted a studio where she could run art classes and operate her picture framing and photography business. She didn’t want the expense and hassle of having to rent a studio, which she would have to commute to, so talked to Garden Affairs about installing a large log cabin in her garden in Frome. Max chose a substantial cabin, nine metres wide and four metres deep, with windows and three additional skylights. Inside, along with the main studio space, two smaller rooms were created for a cloakroom and a private office. Max’s business Studio 61 is now well established and she says she relishes the short commute and the fact that she can take Howard her dog to work with her. The studio is so warm and comfortable that she has even been able to run life-drawing classes for her students.
Well worth clicking the link for more information about the other shedworkers. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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