This shed was commissioned by the Family Handyman magazine and was featured in their July 2007 edition. The client wanted a well-designed and carefully detailed suburban backyard shed that could be constructed by an amateur builder using off-the-shelf materials. In order to reach a broad audience the budget was kept to a minimum. All the details were developed focusing on simple, easy to communicate fabrication tasks. Materials were used in their original dimensions to avoid extra cuts. The shed won a RAVE award in 2007 and was published in the Minneapolis St. Paul magazine.