In celebration of shed week, I’ve trawled through flickr to show you these great pictures of working sheds. Engine Shed – Loughborough John’s Organised Chaos Poetical Workshop Vicky Luke Welding Old Glory by Jen Smith Dad’s toolbox
The category winners for shed of the year 2010 have just been announced. Of course the one I’m interested in is the workshop category. Junkaholic’s weaving + sewing shed from Artemis Russel in South East London won the readers votes.
Over the last couple of years, I’ve written a few articles on how to setup your garden shed as a workshop. Here’s a summary of all the topics you might need to think about when designing your workshop. Storage and
The winner of the International Shed of the Year is a Workshop. “The Shed” owned by Chuck Witmer of Scale House Design is a large timber framed design with reclaimed materials such as IKEA glass shelving for the windows and
Thanks to Michael Janzen I found John Wells and The Southwest Texas Alternative Energy and Sustainable Living Field Laboratory (aka The Field Lab). As you can see it’s pretty remote so anything needed has to be transported in or used
I like to think that the Workshopshed is a small workshop but it’s no where near as small as these two: The Science Museum has a minature steam powered engineering workshop as photographed by Nic Brown. David Brookshaw makes some
The Eli Whitney Museum in Hamden, Connecticut, USA like many museums has a great workshop. It also has a Leonardo-Challenge aimed to get young people interested in design and is home to the The Wilbur and Orville Society. Photographer Tom
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