Thursday, November 25, 2021

Very simple garden office interior design

Garden office interior design seems to split shedworkers who either leave it pretty much as it was left by the suppliers with maybe the addition of a picture or two hung on a wall, and those who really spend time designing a scheme as they would in their home. The former will be interested in this storage shed which Canadian architect Jean Verville converted into a workspace/artwork he calls IN 1. It's about as minimalist as you can get, lined with OSB (oriented strand board) which is produced from pressurised wood chips.

It actually ranges over several levels including a double height ground floor and a first floor which can be reached via ladders in a hidden hatch. More photos, by Fran├žois Bodlet, at the link above. The Shedworking staff find it all rather restful.


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