Sunday, September 02, 2018

Rodrigo Moreno Masey's 'decorative shed'

A nice piece by Alexandra Goss in the Sunday Times (£) focusing on what architect Rodrigo Moreno Masey calls his 'decorative shed' at his London home. Here's a snippet:
“I realised that the use of a building changes from hour to hour, from day to day and across the seasons,” explains the founder of MorenoMasey, an architecture studio. “Everything in what I call my ‘decorative shed’ is functional, but it doesn’t have a specific function — it is an office, a study, a gym, a conference space, a TV room, a playroom, a library, a bar or a shelter. Although I use it for work, I don’t have this man-cave mentality, which means it isn’t taken over by a model railway, weightlifting gear or whatever. It is a much lighter, brighter living space for everyone in my family to use.”
Features include a projector screen wall, silvery grey reclaimed oak boards from old British barns, no gutters, and a huge glazed electric roller door on the front. The general rural look was inspired by barns in the Otztal Valley in Austria.

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