The shed is familiar, but alien. The construction type is CMU blocks (10" cubed).
Certainly, it is a shed. The floorplan is 96 square feet, (12' x 8').
It is both a bomb shelter and a playhouse. The Ground plane is 20' x 20' plot of colored sand above slab on grade.
It is a tool shed, a gear shed, a stuff shed, a zen shed, and a folly, the size of the grid in these drawings is at 1' intervals.
It is a house of pleasure, and also a house of talismans. The roof assembly is open web steel joists, 4' OC.
The shed is neo-craftsman procured with Italianate severity.
It “absorbs everything and nothing in particular. In the end, it’s the collage that counts.”
The interior and roof are illuminated by neon tube lights attached with plastic elbow fittings
It is textural fetishization and fantasy construction, composed of decorated surfaces that are seriously meant “not to be taken seriously” in the spirit of the book Do Not Take These Drawings Seriously by Nathalie du Pasquier.
The textiles are dyed felted wool, including 24” x 24” x 12” soft, square, foam cushions.
This shed is a modestly sensationalist Ray Eames curating sampled textures -
arranging and rearranging a shrine of objects.
The frosted rustication elicits a sand sandwich with smoked salmon pudding.
The mortar joint is composed of pigmented hydraulic lime mixture,
deliberately applied in excess by a master mason in complete ecstasy.