Recycled window greenhouse by Holly Willgress and Fraser Koroluk of Bella Coola, B.C.. In the process of renovations with a new roof and third floor added onto their lodge, they had a lot of old and leftover building materials. They maintain a “no new stuff'” theme to their backyard.
"The beautiful small cedar Sunhouse functions both as a small greenhouse and as a storage shed. Sunlight streams through a bank of windows along one side onto a spacious workbench below. The bench is perfect for seed starting and other garden projects that require a work surface. A window in the end panel adds even more light to the airy interior. This building has lots of space to store the school’s garden equipment, too! The Sunhouse is delivered in prefabricated panels that two people can assemble in a day. Measures 8' x 8' x 8'6"h (exterior dimensions) and comes with a 43" x 69"h Dutch door; planters not included."
Polycarbonate costs approx $80 for a 4' x 8' sheet and is warrantied for 10 years.
From A Light Filled House in Kauai. Tanya and Chris Gamby built an experimental home in Kauai with guidance from local architects Ben Sullivan and Tony Hatto using cement boards for the walls and translucent polycarbonate roofing which fills the house with light and amplifies the sound of the rain.
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