Even the simplest briefs (aka “the program” in architecture) can be a source for wonderful space (and why shouldn’t they?). Here’s a little writer’s shed, created by WSD Architecture for a client in London. Nestled in amongst well aged and somewhat monotone neighbours, this wood folly gleams like a lantern through the clever use of its fenestration and simple wood slatting. Inside it is organized to bring in high quality light within its playful volume and whimsical forms.
A few moves is all it takes; adding design and not dollars.
Fancy some writing?