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Writer’s Shed

This is the Writer’s Shed by Surman Weston.

It’s a tiny, backyard cabin built for an author and illustrator in London.

When you step inside, you’ll find a living area, writing desk, fireplace, bookshelves, a sink, and a storage closet.

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We were commissioned by an author and illustrator to design & build a ’Writer’s Shed’. Capitalising on our multi-disciplinary backgrounds, we acted as designers, project managers, and lead contractors.

The design responds to the client’s passion for children’s literature and mythologies. The space is conceived as a haven in the city; a fairy-tale hut at the bottom of the garden where the client can retreat and immerse himself in his work.

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  • Eric August 5, 2016, 1:09 am

    Can’t understand why the stove pipe is bent at an angle. Trying to get more heat because of extra surface area than going straight up?

    • Bernard August 6, 2016, 9:24 am

      …. Since the angle matches the roof line and the book shelving exactly I’d say it was probably a design choice and not a function choice

  • Anon August 6, 2016, 11:31 pm

    Not a huge fan of how the desk is so small when that was the entire point and they removed it to stage most of the photos!

  • Carol Perry August 29, 2016, 6:50 am

    I love his writer’s shed, what a great idea for a retreat! It’s very whimsical and a great place to escape to create writing a best seller or novel. Hats off to the author for an awesome idea!! Carol🍷

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