Tuesday, June 01, 2021

Cut and Frame garden office

An intriguing design from Ashton Porter Architects for a garden office in London that echos/mirrors work they did on the semi-detached house to which it belongs. Here's what they say about it:
"The connection between hut and house is reinforced by framing elements. The main house has a floating seat of aluminium that becomes part of the internal seating of the house when the large glazed panels are slid away and a garden seat at other times. It is clad in highly contrasting anodised aluminium and hangs from a discreet steel frame cantilevering from within the existing house. The reciprocal aluminium element to the writing hut can either be an elevated seat with access internally by steps or a display for artefacts and artwork."


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