Green shingles cover the exterior of this octagonal, flatpack garden room in south west London, designed by Studio Ben Allen.
The design of A Room in the Garden was informed by the bizarre and playful 18th-century Dunmore Pineapple pavilion in Scotland, as well as the form and colour of an artichoke.
Inside, the space can be used as a study, lounge or bedroom, lit by a large window overlooking the garden and a central skylight.
Studio Ben Allen built it from flatpack kit of CNC-cut timber elements that are notched and pre-drilled.
The project is both easy to construct and deconstruct to re-build elsewhere, should the owners choose to move.
It took just 20 days to construct the project, with the only specialists required being an electrician and a spray insulation contractor.
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Video by Ben Tynegate.
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