Monday, September 30, 2019

The Collector’s Cabin garden office

An intriguing use of this Malvern Garden Buildings garden studio in a very attractive setting. It houses the owner's wide range of sporting, lunar, and geographic memorabilia, thanks to a clever hinge system inspired by Sir John Soane’s Museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields in London (read more about it here and watch a video of how it works).

Here's what Malvern say about the build:
"In order to make way for Alan’s garden building, several Leylandii trees had to be removed but the roots were entrenched so the building was installed on top of a raised platform. The advantage of this is that Alan and his wife regularly enjoy eating their lunch on the steps while watching the birdlife. A birdhouse suspended from a nearby tree peeks out from behind foliage – of course, sporting themed – and resembles a miniature cricket pavilion!"

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