Friday, October 19, 2018

Nissen hut garden offices

For a retro shedworking atmosphere, consider a modern Nissen Hut. Redesigned though retaining the familiar shape of the original which was designed by George Nissen in 1916, his great grandson George is targeting the garden office market.

The huts are designed in George's studio in London then built in Perthshire by co-founder Mark Lynch. Each pod - the standard model is 3.4m x 2.9m x 2.5m high - takes three days to erect and can be easily dismantled and put back together if you decide to move house. All the normal must-haves are there and the insulation is pure sheep's wool. Features include double-glazed French doors and the pods do not usually need concrete foundations. -------------------------------------------------------
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