From the wonderful old to the amazing new
This week I am highlighting two sheds from different sides of the tracks, one is modern and artistic and technowossname, the other is broken down but with a history.
Made from organic sculptural panels which allow lots of light in but protects from rain and the elements. when lit from the inside peoples shadows can be seen to be pixalated when viewed from the outside. The shed arrives all flat packed and simple slots together without any nails or screws, just simple oak pegs.
For more images of the honeycomb shed click here.
and from our friends over at Thurgarton Iron Works, who repair these great shedpard hut/sheds
Harry the Hut is a very special Shepherds Hut.He is one of the oldest I have seen. He has sat in a field of sheep and cattle for 32 years in one go.I would make a guess he dates from early 1800s.He has almost fallen to bits but he has a timber lined skin inside which is holding him together…A lot of Harry has been eaten by hungry sheep and bored cattle who had made a tidy job of taking him apart..We have saved Harry just in time and he is waiting for some repairs so he can get mobile again..
For more images of Harry click here.