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SHED SPACE: THE AMPLE FRONTIER

Exploring the true space within your shed. Humans love to explore. We spent centuries charting the planet and, in the process, discovered the vast land mass that Australians today call home. We roam the depths of the ocean, building steel tubes to meander through deep sea canyons and trenches. We turned our eyes to the skies and began to search the emptiness of space with high-powered telescopes and immense rockets. There’s almost nothing we won’t […]

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VALENTINE’S DAY WITH A DIFFERENCE

Hollywood has a flair for the romantic. We’ve probably all seen a scene in which the hopeful hero sweeps the leading lady off her feet with a surprise romantic dinner date. It’s a moment made for the movies and it’s especially cool if the space is somewhere very unexpected like a street or a store room. There’s the rooftop date scene in Kate & Leopold, which sees a drab apartment roof transformed into a breathtaking […]

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SHED OF DREAMS: FROM BACKROAD SHED TO GLOBAL BRAND

Throughout the pages of business history, it’s not uncommon to find an unassuming shed to be the birthplace for an idea. After all, if you need an affordable, comfortable, practical space to start out, a simple shed ticks all the boxes. So it’s not surprising that many household names that today sit proudly on big city skyscrapers, got going with more humble headquarters. You see it from car manufacturers to computer electronics to a particular […]

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FROM CAVE MEN TO MAN CAVES

In Old English the words “shedde”, “shadde”, and “shad” meaning “separation” or “division” have been part of our language for centuries, but the shed’s history goes back a lot further than that. Sheds have been part of our society since pre-historic times and today they cast light on how we lived thousands of years ago. Since the dawn of humankind, every culture has had its own way of sheltering from the elements. Early shelters were […]