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by noreply@blogger.com (Alex) last modified Jan 04, 2012 04:21 AM
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by noreply@blogger.com (Alex) last modified Dec 04, 2010

Continuing our series looking at outdoor classrooms (aka children's shedworking atmospheres), here are two fine examples from The Stable Company . Pictured top is a Duo garden room for a village primary school in Bromesberrow, Herefordshire. It measures 5.60m wide x 3.00m deep internally, and 5.99m wide x 3.39m deep externally and features low surface temperature heaters, door finger protectors, heavy duty carpet tiles, and flame retardant pin boards. The second photo shows a Mono-Low garden room in a nursery in Crouch End, London in the back garden of a converted Victorian house. It is used both by the children and by staff and parents as a meeting room. The space measures 4.32m wide x 2.11m deep internally, and 4.71m wide x 2.50m wide externally. It was built to be under 2.5m in total height to comply with planning restrictions. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For all your home and garden needs visit B&Q . Making it easier.




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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