17 Jul '17, 12pm

Converted minimalist work cabin comes with secret telescoping ladder

Converted minimalist work cabin comes with secret telescoping ladder

The way we work has changed drastically in the last two decades, with technology enabling more and more people to work from home . For these so-called homeworkers , having a dedicated workspace can boost productivity (and save one's sanity, especially in busy households). Architect Jean Verville from Montreal, Canada converted this storage shed in his backyard into a pared-down workspace, using oriented strand board (OSB) and a somewhat quirky sense of humour to present it in images. The revamped studio now has a generous workspace on the ground level, as well as a hidden, telescoping ladder that leads up to a loft. © François Bodlet © François Bodlet © François Bodlet The 14-square-metre (150 square feet) shed sits at the back of Verville's backyard. The original metal cladding has been kept, but the inside has been completely transformed into a minimalist space that emph...

Full article: https://www.treehugger.com/tiny-houses/in-1-shed-converte...

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