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Rusty Tin Shed Transformed Into Beautiful Two-Story Studio in Sydney
Posted By Bridgette Meinhold On June 28, 2013 @ 2:00 pm In Architecture,Eco Travel,Recycled Materials,Sustainable Building | No Comments
The goal of the project was to re-purpose the existing tin shed  at the rear of a residential lot. Rather than just tearing the shed down and getting rid of it, Raffaello Rosselli  recycled  the original materials while paying respect to the shed’s structure. The shed was carefully deconstructed, and the exterior metal cladding was retained while the new two-story studio office and apartment were constructed. On the ground floor is a studio/garage along with storage and a bathroom. The upstairs offers a studio apartment and office complete with a kitchenette and full bath.
To complete the project, the original cladding was reinstalled on the facade in a puzzling array of color. New box windows framed with coreten steel fill the space with light  and provide a bit of sun shading with overhangs. Inside, the interior is raw and honest with a clean finish, white walls and plywood floors. Light bounces throughout the space.
What’s even better is that this studio is up for rent through airBnB , and you can stay here on your next trip down under.
Via Dezeen 
Images ©Mark Syke and Richard Carr
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URLs in this post:
 Raffaello Rosselli: http://rdotr.com/
 Tinshed: http://rdotr.com/?p=151
 recycled: http://inhabitat.com/tag/recycled-materials
 light: http://inhabitat.com/tag/daylighting
 rent through airBnB: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/498211
 Dezeen: http://www.dezeen.com/2013/06/21/tinshed-by-raffaello-rosselli/
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