Just-Right WorkshopTraditional Shed
The scope called for a workshop that offers abundant and flexible space for various projects types, including custom pipe organs. But, the structure could not appear too large and imposing on the property. In other words, it had to be just right. The structure is nestled around an old growth tree, and partially buried into the hillside to address the scale. And, as an ‘out building’, we had the freedom to treat the shop’s style differently than the main house. Thus, clipped gables and an arched dormer and doors are employed give the structure a small and quaint feel. The ceiling is vaulted for tall projects, and carriage style doors made by the homeowner allow for large objects to move in and out. Photography: Shane Michael Photography
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