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The New Backyard Office

Tetra Shed

Sure, it may look a bit imposing in a “Star Wars-esque” kind of way. The innovative design, however, actually makes the Tetra Shed what just might be the perfect backyard office.

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    Tetra Shed
    Ok, so the neighbors may wonder if the Tetra Shed is some kind of clandestine lab of sorts. The design actually allows multiple sheds to be combined in an almost infinite array of patterns for endless possibilities.
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    Tetra Shed
    Once opened, a warm and inviting interior is exposed.
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    Tetra Shed
    The single module is designed to be a modern garden office for one or two people.
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    Tetra Shed
    If you have a large garden and/or needs, up to six modules can be chained together.
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    Tetra Shed
    Suitable for permanent year-round use, the shed is built around a timber frame with rubber cladding, a plywood interior and LED strip lighting.
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    Architect David Ajasa-Adekunle designed the shed for other uses as well, such as beach huts, classrooms and retail space.
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    Tetra Shed
    The Tetra shed is due for launch in late 2011/early 2012.
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    Tetra Shed
    The interior makes smart use of space for storage.
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    Tetra Shed
    The interior is available lined in either birch faced plywood or plasterboard.
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    Tetra Shed
    The shed can be finished in practically any color or alternatively clad in either copper, zinc, corten steel or marine plywood.
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    Tetra Shed
    The larger clusters of sheds can be used for a range of applications such as exhibition space, corporate events, tourism & leisure facilities.


Visit the Tetra Shed website for more information.


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