The studio at the end of the garden

Posted on Wed, 19 Sep 2012 by midcenturyjo

Down at the end of the garden is a little shed but this is a shed with just a little more than you would expect. A stylish work space/studio appears like a screen in a suburban garden that has been decked to connect it with the new kitchen extension at the rear of the Victorian era house. Ornamental pond, hidden paddling pool, sand pit and fire pit complete the backyard transformation by Ashton Porter. The attention to detail in this project won it the NLA (New London Architecture) “Don’t move, Improve” Award 2012. Definitely filing some of these ideas away for my own renovation.

audrey says:


costa paradiso says:

Is that a big Gum tree in the middle of the garden? Seems strangely exotic for England…

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