At times there would be a need for additional living space and if you want to be a bit ecofriendly about it, then the Garden Studio from CC Studio should be something useful and perky to check out. Rather than watch your backyard or garden get affected with your planned expansion, this studio project made use of an existing garden shed.
The result was an extra room or even a guest room just in case you have friends sleeping over. The said studio boasts of a roof covered with Sedum while mirrors are used on the facades which bring a more spacious look.
Skylights on the roof pull natural light into the studio and the storage area. Meanwhile the mirrors serve to reflect the garden, making it seem larger than it really is. The mirrors also help to bounce light around the yard and direct it into the home and into otherwise shady spaces.