Tuesday, May 02, 2023

Garden office on rail tracks

A remarkable build from major Seattle architects Olson Kundig, Maxon Office is a two-storey garden office on the grounds of a home which is linked to the main building by 15ft gauge rail tracks. This means it can be moved nearer or further away as desired, a nod to the local area's rail history. The main work area is on the ground floor, while up a ladder to the first floor is more of a creative 'chill' zone.

Features include steel and wood walls, built-in desks, and a stabilising bar element that stops it falling over in case there's an earthquake

Lots more photos at the always intriguing dezeen 


Malvern Garden Buildings offer a premium collection of garden buildings, displayed at 11 UK showsites.

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