The tiny home movement has seen a growing trend amongst our clients to procure a stand alone dwellings akin to a granny flat, but with enhanced design and lifestyle aspirations. The Canadian ‘half’ of this client couple coined this ambiguous room in the garden the ‘bunkie’ in reference to the humble Ontario guest cottages of her homeland. The simple, robust exterior belies it’s delicate, light filled interior. With a scale and materiality that recalls a garden shed and a front façade resembling a timber paling fence, the garden bunkie sits inconspicuously in the landscape.
— Reddog Architects
Photographs by Christopher Frederick Jones
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