Gallery: Maisongomme: A Funky Garden Office and Shed Made from Recycled...

Photo © Jan Körbes / Refunc
Maisongomme is a sustainable garden shed made from locally found scrap materials and completely covered with discarded rubber tires. The structure was created for Peter Merry and Marcella Siebert by Refunc as a functional space with room for an office and storage. Already getting a lot of use from the couple, this peculiar and quirky eco-dwelling is also full of playful details!

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  1. Garden Office July 27, 2012 at 10:15 am

    I found this post after looking for other information on garden office but what a great idea, although building garden offices from recycled products is not everyone speciality, it certainly shows that it can be!

  2. richardgrace22 March 1, 2012 at 6:53 am

    We are providing structure of garden office, garden studio, planning permission for garden offices, granny annexes or garden studios and outdoor kitchens.

  3. Daniel Hayes November 17, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    That is one cool shed! My wife and I both run home-based businesses. Once we outgrew the dining room table we knew we needed a “real” office to keep our sanity. So, we built our office shed dubbed our “World Shedquarters” ourselves and are loving every minute of it! We used a lot of recycable products but nowere near as much as in this article. Way to go Petr and Marcella! You can check ours out at

  4. Greenbee November 11, 2011 at 4:30 am

    Nice. Saw it on Shedworking a couple of years ago and liked it then too…

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