Gorgeous Garage Conversion By Shed Architects
The appropriately named SHED Architecture and Design has done a lovely garage conversion into a 300 square foot studio apartment in a Seattle backyard. It is hard to call it a renovation, but zoning bylaws would not permit a new building, so they appear to have retained a few sticks. It is another good example of how one can make such a small space not only habitable but lovely to look at. The Architects are quoted in Coolboom: The project began with a 30 square meter single car garage, built in the 1920's, that was in an advanced state of decay and in need of a new foundation. The garage, elevated above a sunken yard on wooden posts was in need of a new foundation. The loft looks tight but cozy. More at Shed Architecture & DesignMore in Less is More:Shedworking : It's Not About Cute Sheds, It's About the Workplace Revolution (Book Review)Supertramp: Microsized Mobile Living ConceptCould Less Become More Again?