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Shedworking: Hat Tea House

Searching... Explore Videos Images Start typing to see suggestions... Search for " " A lifestyle guide for shedworkers Friday, November 19, 2010 A lovely 1.8 square metre, oak, shedworkingesque tea house in the Czech Republic featured on dezeen (where there are lots more photos and drawings) by A1 Architects called Hat Tea House, clad in larch with a shingle roof. The walls can be folded away so you can enjoy vistas of the garden. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Friday posts are sponsored by Extraspace, the flat-packed, man-portable expandable garden building experts. Click here for more details Posted by Alex 0 comments: Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS PRESENT Order it on Amazon.co.uk Amazon.com or from your local independent bookseller Read press reviews here Your browser does not support iframes. Click here; to kachingle FREE Delivery on Sheds, Welcome to Shedworking Shedworking is a daily updated guide for people who work in garden offices and other shedlike atmospheres. "My garden office is awesome. I visited just about every supplier's link on Shedworking before making a decision." Amanda Vlahakis, Truly Ace Garden Office Suppliers Click the orange button to subscribe And 358 by email Or add your email address below SHEDWORKING CLASSIFIEDS Labels This month's most read posts The Joey and The Squatter The Joey and The Squatter are two designs for garden offices from Sydney-based Quick Housing Solutions, a family business run by Nick and ... Launch of Irish Men's Sheds Forum Shedworking was delighted to hear from John Evoy at the Adult and Community Education Service in Co. Wexford that, inspired by the fabulousl... How to build your own garden office In today's guest post, York-based designer Steve Cowell explains how he went about becoming a self-build shedworker."Following many years pa... Tiny House Tuesday/Choosing a shed (US) - Smallworks Smallwo
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John Hill added this to Entrance Canopies: The New Porch
Of course, why not go one step further and make a door function as a canopy when open? That's what's happening in this tea house. This technique may not work for houses proper, but here the double-function makes a lot of sense.

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Of course, why not make a door function as a canopy when open? That's what's happening in this tea house. This technique may not work for houses proper, but here the double-function makes a lot of sense.
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