Monday, June 27, 2022

Dot House garden studio

This build in North London from architects Boano Prišmontas (featured previously on Shedworking) falls somewhere between the garden office and tiny house categories. Here's what they say about it:

"Conceived as a multifunctional and flexible unit, it provides an ancillary and unique space to work, relax, watch a movie, read or play video games. Mainly used as a study and entertainment room, the 'Dot House' comprises a bathroom and a micro kitchen to provide an independent and self-sufficient micro-habitable space that could be used for visiting, family members, and guests."

So there are essentially two rooms, a main one and then a bathroom which is hidden behind a sliding door. Inside it's exposed birch FSC plywood on the ceiling, concrete tiles on the floor, and laminated plywood panels on the walls (with terrazzo tiles on the bathroom walls). Features include underfloor heating, an integrated foldable desk with a phone charging unit, and projector screen. Outside, it's clad in black cement corrugated panels, not the current flavour of the month charred timber. The whole thing was built in smart pre-fab style in a single day.


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