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Adrian Higgins writes about gardens usually, but this article is about little buildings in the garden.  The featured building, “Broadhurst’s Crib”  is pretty cool. Its rainscreen is made to glow because all that is behind it is translucent plastic. 

Small buildings in the garden are great because you get to really be in the garden while having some shelter and maybe electricity.  In a small yard there is incentive to make the building as small as possible because this means more garden and less building. 

In this case, the building is an unusual shape to minimize impact on the garden and the southern sun and to maximize efficiency on the interior of the 120 SF building.

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