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Shed your limitations

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Architect Cezary Bednarski has pushed the idea of the garden shed probably as far as it can go on a project for a Polish couple in Notting Hill, west London. Within planning restrictions, which allow almost anything to be built in a garden subject only to a height restriction, he has created a garden house with a storeroom, bedroom, bathroom and veranda. It is a timber-frame structure with a three-segment curvy roof which consists of two ply skins with integral insulation between them. Gordon Cowley is doing the roof, which will be factory-finished with white GRP on top and fine ply on the inside. Bednarski hopes that eventually this could spin off into a marketable product.

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