Inspired by this Financial Times article on “the joys of working out of a backyard hideaway,” TreeHugger recently put together a roundup of home-office garden sheds. Here are a few we could spend a little time working in (such as the modular House Arc, above).
Constructed predominantly from timber, the Archipod is specifically designed to “complement a garden landscape, be efficient, ergonomic, and unusual.”
The Cube Project was originally conceived as an eco-friendly living space home for one person (it contains a kitchen, bathroom, and sleeping area). But at just 97-square feet of floor area, it could also serve as an easy home-office option.
Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture helped convert this former shed into an ivy-covered painting studio in a San Francisco garden.
Made from locally-sourced timber and glass and clocking in at 160-square feet of space, Spacecraft was inspired by a 19th-century Japanese house at the Huntington Gardens in Pasadena, CA, and the wooden lifeguard towers on the beaches of Malibu.