Tuesday, October 02, 2018


Knaphouse is a brand new supplier which is aiming at the tiny homes market, but also nods towards the garden office one ("An office that keeps you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Turn your Knaphouse into a spacious, light filled work space, art studio or workshop," they say).

It's available in both off-grid and on-grid options and shedworkers will be most interested in a single  standalone 'Knap' module built out of modified timber . The whole thing can be placed in a day using a removable foundation system. Each Knap is a total of 55.6 sq. metre, 41.2 sq/m (with a 3.65m internal  ceiling height) plus a 14.5 sq/m mezzanine. Off grid extras include solar panels, a pellet burner, rainwater and septic tank storage built into the chassis, and a water thermal recovery system (a full rundown of their sustainability credentials is here). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tuesday posts are sponsored by Garden Spaces, suppliers of contemporary garden buildings, offices, gyms and studios, many of which do not require planning

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