Reclaimed Studio Shed

by Kent Griswold on June 15th, 2009. 4 Comments
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Joseph Sandy from Petaluma, California just sent me an email about a project he just completed. I thought you would enjoy it as well.

An 8×10’ studio/shed built in Petaluma, CA. It features rain-screen siding of reclaimed redwood fencing. A polycarbonate clearstory provides ample light for any use. The interior walls are plywood and pegboard to provide a finished appearance with flexible use/storage options.


Joseph grew up amongst the redwoods and farms of Sonoma County, California. His long-standing passion for building and design led him to the University of California at Berkeley where he graduated with a BA in architecture in 2004.

You can visit Joseph’s website to see more of his work. Joseph is currently working on a tiny house plan based off of this project and will share that with us when he completes it.





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4 Responses to “Reclaimed Studio Shed”

  1. ‘Gartenhaus’ von Joseph Sandy…

    Das Gartenhaus von Joseph Sandy aus Petaluma (Kalifornien/USA) ist klein, praktisch und für die Aufbewahrung von Gartengeräte gedacht. Die Außenhaut ist mit selbst hergestellten Holzschindeln bedeckt und es gibt ein umlaufendes Oberlich…

  2. [...] this shed cluster caught my eye. It was designed by architect Joseph Sandy. You might also remember the shed Joseph built out of mostly reclaimed building materials that was featured a couple weeks ago on Tiny House [...]

  3. Very clean design and use of materials! Well done.

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