Whether in London or Paris, most garden houses have wooden or plastic cabins. Both practical for storing tools in the garden, and fun for children who think of them as their castles, these huts are all similar but lack cruelly of creativity. Between the shack that we buy in supermarkets that are all alike, and custom ones built by professionals for a few thousand euros, there is no middle ground.
That's why Atelier Confetti, in collaboration with Jeremy Freedman, is working on designing modules that are easy to assemble and customize. The use of cutting machines (CNC) will make these products scalable according to the desires and budget of the owners.
|Project : Creation of garden huts for children|
|Location : Londres / Paros|
|Phase : Design|