Back-garden offices feature in today’s Dezeen Weekly newsletter
Since the coronavirus pandemic many people are now working from home, so we have rounded-up 12 houses with garden studios designed to support focused work and creativity.
Included in the round-up is Oliver Dang, founder of Toronto architecture firm Six Four Five A’s workspace. The architect modelled his home office on a saltbox shed, cladding it in vertical timber strips intended to emphasise its asymmetrical roof.
In northern Belgium architect Indra Janda, co-founder of Ghent-based studio Atelier Janda Vanderghote, designed a project for her parent’s house. It features white polycarbonate shingles on the exterior that resemble snakeskin.
Other stories in this week’s newsletter include artist Frank Kunert’s handmade architectural models, Angelo Renna’s idea to plant 35,000 cypress trees in Milan’s San Siro stadium as a memorial for those lost to coronavirus and a Vietnamese restaurant in Texas.
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