I normally leave all the shedlike structures to Alex over at shedworking.
But this one caught my eye on Michael Janzen’s tinyhousedesign.com.
This amazing tiny structure is located in Trondheim, Norway, and was designed as a place for kids in a school yard. The walls are made from recycled scrap wood from a nearby construction site that are arranged in 80 layered circles.
Not sure of the fire – the scallywags on my estate would burn that shed down before look at it, but I suppose the Norwegian kids are more civilised.