Five-day wooden house

Nicknamed “Ed’s Shed”, the house that UK architect David Adjaye designed for photographer friend Ed Reeve took just five days to build.

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Nicknamed “Ed’s Shed”, the house that UK architect David Adjaye designed for photographer friend Ed Reeve took just five days to erect. The 150 metre-square home used a prefabricated solid timber structure from Eurban, which claims that each cubic meter of timber saves almost a tonne of carbon dioxide emissions compared to a brick or block structure.

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