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The Not So Big House

The Not So Big House
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Oazis garden offices, garden studios, garden rooms | oazis Home office, music studio, gym, teenage-den, treatment/consultation room, home cinema, guest room, pool cabin or an oasis of tranquility in your garden – the Oazis can be configured to provide the high-quality extra space you have been looking for. All Oazis buildings are insulated as standard with super warm 24mm eco double glazed units. We use the same high quality laminated timber, sourced from FSC certified European forests, that we use for building luxury homes and log cabins. Generous starting configuration with choice of doors and windows 3, 3.75 and 4.5m (10′, 12′, 15′) depth with 2.5m roof Super warm 24mm Argon gas filled double glazing with Low-E glass Specifications, Sizes, Prices & Options » Whether you need something a little larger with a partition, a conventional pitched or maybe a living roof, a different type of door or even a cat flap, we can probably accommodate your requirements.

Sarah Susanka's Not So Big Showhouse Ficus virens - White Fig Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License Common NameWhite Fig Other NamesCurtain Fig DescriptionWhite Fig is a large fig with edible fruit. Habitatsubtropical rainforest DistributionQueensland, north eastern New South Wales, Australia. Classification Relatives in same Genus Ficus coronata Ficus macrophylla Ficus platypoda Ficus watkinsiana Small House Society | Supporting the Small House Movement Building Enclosure Council (BEC) | The National Institute of Building Sciences Garden Offices - Contemporary Garden Office Buildings UK on Atelier Function Aesthetics are important to us here at Atelier which is why our garden studios look as good as they do. We are passionate about design and architecture and we believe our studios clearly demonstrate this while remaining endlessly functional. The possibilities are endless and range from the practical to the frivolous – from modest to grandiose! Atelier is your space – your zone. Work The combination of natural light, sound and thermal insulation of Atelier Garden Studios results in an ambience that is ideal as a work environment. Rest The overall space offers a sense of fluidity and tranquillity with highly glazed surfaces opening up interior spaces to the landscape and minimizing the intrusion on nature. Play Atelier is about you – it’s where you do your thing. Ideal Environment for all purposes Google+

9 great ways to use a tiny house (other than as a home) Whether you call them tiny houses, micro-homes, or mini houses, ultra-small buildings are rapidly gaining popularity for those who want to downsize and minimalize their personal environmental footprint. It's refreshing to see so many people choosing a different path for their day-to-day living experience than the conventional oversized dwellings that make up the bulk of the houses on the market. Living in a tiny house can reap dividends beyond just being able to get to mortgage-free sooner and cutting utility bills down to size, as learning to live more simply and minimally can offer a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment that isn't easily found in any other living environment. But for those who think, "I could never live in a house that small," tiny houses also easily lend themselves to a range of other uses, none of which require living in them full-time. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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