Photo Lucy Laucht

A little island where the wind howls and the waters are inky black and stars…

Architect builds his own studio at the end of Toronto garden

Architect builds his own studio at the end of Toronto garden

The founder of architecture firm Six Four Five A has constructed a tiny timber workspace for himself at the end of a garden in Toronto.

Brooklyn Row House 1 by Office of Architecture

Office of Architecture adds rooftop master suite to Brooklyn row house

Brooklyn Garden Studio by Nick Hunt

"Dream of working from your backyard" fuels Brooklyn garden studio trend

"Dream of working from your own backyard in New York" fuels Brooklyn garden studio trend

Blurring Boxes by Architensions

"Dream of working from your backyard" fuels Brooklyn garden studio trend

Brooklyn Writers' Hut by Architensions

"Dream of working from your backyard" fuels Brooklyn garden studio trend

Hidden at the bottom of a Brooklyn garden, this tiny dark cedar-clad pavilion was designed as a retreat for a pair of writers.

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