WSD Architecture creates an impressive looking Writer’s Shed that looks like a secret treasure right at the back of a garden in UK. The shed that glows at night was made to serve as a writing retreat home for a writer. Its design elements reflect all the passion and love of the client for mythology and literature, hence turning it into something truly whimsical. The inner part is clad in shingle with a glazed sliding door opening to a veranda. It also comes with a cedar screen with narrow slats to permit light to shine at night as if it is glistening.
The author’s library is made up of bookcases which used oiled chipboard filling every space with books with painted pine boards for the flooring. Our attention was taken by the vintage looking garden taps with the brass splash back found right on top of one of the shelves.
WSD Architecture which also means Weston, Surman & Deane first started by the team up of three architecture graduates of the Royal College of Art. The first project they completed together was the Royal College of Art Student Union Cafe. Check out more info about them via http://cargocollective.com/Wsdarchitecture.