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Undated handout photo issued by Reader's Sheds of Marcus Shields, from Kentish Town, who has been awarded winner of the Eco shed category in the 2013 Shed of the Year competition sponsored by Cuprinol for his eco bike hoose shed. NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout photo may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. The winners of the Shed of the Year competition, sponsored by Cuprinol, have been announced. From a pirate’s retreat to a distillery in a hen house, this year’s finalists have been revealed. A pixie cabin built without using a spirit level or tape measure, a tiny shed built on a miniature railway wagon and a floating beach hut are just some of the quirky entries that have made it through to the final of the annual Shed of the Year competition. With a record-breaking 2,520 entries into the competition, the 32 finalists comprise the top four sheds in each of the eight categories including budget, historical, pub and unique.
The Shed of the Year competition, sponsored by Cuprinol, is the brainchild of shed-fanatic and Head sheddie Uncle Wilco (Andrew Wilcox) from South Wales, who launched the nationwide search in 2007.
It has grown in popularity since it was first televised last year as part of Channel 4’s Amazing Spaces series - and sheds themselves have become even more popular with eBay selling 1,600 a day. The competition will return to Channel 4 later this year, when the category winners will be announced and go head-to-head to be the overall winner. The quest to find Cuprinol's Shed of the Year 2015 is over as the 48 finalists across eight categories have been wittled down to a winner.
Micro Shed owned by Colin Edmonson from Leigh in Greater Manchester is just 4' x 2' by 4' tall, is mobile and built on a miniature railway wagon. George Clarke is an architect and is Creative Director of architectural practice George Clarke + Partners.
George Clarke + Partners has established a reputation for designing and building high quality, award winning projects throughout the UK and abroad. The company is multidisciplinary and covers all aspects of architecture, design, project management, construction and property development.
George is passionate about the way architecture can transform our everyday lives and his aim is to make architecture popular and accessible to everyone, while at the same time creating award winning homes for his clients.
George is the presenter of several very successful series for television, including Channel 4’s Restoration Man and The Great British Property Scandal and George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces. George’s design talent and passion for beautiful buildings has transformed the homes and lives of so many people across Britain. After studying architecture at the University of Newcastle and University College London, George started his own practice. As the competition to find Britain's best shed reaches its climax, George Clarke and his fellow judges look at the final groups of shortlisted sheds battling it out for a place in the grand final.
But with two more categories to go, the team must first pay a visit to some of their most ingenious and quirky sheds yet, including a Dad's Army-themed shed complete with air raid siren, and a 1970s amusement park in a shed equipped with a 12ft working ferris wheel.
The judges then face the near impossible task of deciding which of these ingenious designs most deserves the overall prize of Shed of the Year 2014.
In a celebration of innovation and eccentricity, Britain’s Shed of The Year competition is a delightful showcase of how the humble garden shed has evolved to become a place of secret hobbies, hidden passions and extraordinary design.
The RAPOD is much more than a shed being fully insulated and featuring high spec design options, but RAPOD would like your vote, if you think they deserve to be crowned Shed of the Year 2014 vote for them here.
There seems to be more entries than ever for this years Shed of the Year competition, we Brits certainly love our garden buildings, take a look here. Each of the eight category winners have been whittled down by almost 14,000 public votes and are now in the running to be crowned ??2013 Shed of the Year?? as well as winning ??1,000 courtesy of sponsors Cuprinol. Situated 50 feet from the cliff edge, this shed is made from beach hut debris following a tidal surge. It's a workshop from which owner Luke Anthony Wesley creates beautifully intricate chainsaw carvings of Green Man faces. There's just enough room for a comfy deep buttoned seat, a stove, a model railway and a shelf for a whisky glass. The shed was built entirely from recycled materials including telegraph poles, scaffolding battens, timber, roofing tin, and glass. Starliner Diner is an Art Deco style, retro diner with homemade furniture, restored vintage jukeboxes and air conditioning. It contains a fully stocked bar, dining area, dance area, 1000w sound system, disco lighting and an electric drawbridge and moat.
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