This is an amazing Garden House with sliding walls!
You have to watch the video to get the full effect, but this standard-cabin shape-shifts into multiple different configurations, including one with a beautiful glass greenhouse in the middle.
Caspar Schols built this wonderful house as his mother’s hobby space.
Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
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Garden House with Sliding Walls for Mom
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Video: Sliding Walls Move To Create Various Layouts inside Garden House
- Made of Douglas Fir
- Uses: Dinner parties, grandchildren’s theatrical performances, painting and meditating
- Bed lifts out of deck
- Walls on runners
- Fireplace in center
- Read more here
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Wow! This garden house is amazing! The architecture is just beautiful! The Douglas Fur wood is just gorgeous! It must be so nice at night you can enjoy the outside through the glass walls if you choose to. Thank you for sharing! Really enjoyed viewing this property!?
So happy you enjoyed it! It’s quite stunning. — Tiny House Talk Team
Nice idea…! I would love to have seen the building inspectors face when he showed up….!
Haha! It’s just so fun! — Tiny House Talk Team
Wow, what an amazing entertainment space.. or secondary space for anything really! Impressive and interesting project.
Absolutely! — Tiny House Talk Team