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Beautiful Garden Studio Built from Reclaimed Fence
Posted By Evelyn Lee On June 18, 2009 @ 5:00 pm In Architecture,Innovation,Recycled Materials | 6 Comments
Here’s a project that will get any weekend warrior excited, especially one tackling the tear-down and installation of a new fence. Occupying a footprint of no more than 8’ x 10’ this little studio/shed in Petaluma, CA was made from rain-screen siding and reclaimed redwood fencing. Plenty of daylight makes it to the interior space thanks to a simple polycarbonate clearstory, and the interior is finished with plywood and pegboard to hang all of your gardening tools. Designed and built by Joseph Sandy , the project takes reclaimed wood and turns it into a beautiful building with its own unique story to tell.
+ Joseph Sandy 
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