We’ve designed and built many experimental timber shelters – several are shown here. The first is’Forest Pyramid’, constructed for the Forest of Imagination at the Holburne museum in Bath. The second is a hyperbolic paraboloid bike shelter that evolved out of a series of workshops that Charley Brentnall and us held at the primary school in Colerne, where pupils were part of the design and construction team and was Highly commended in the Wood Awards and used donated home grown larch from a local landowner. The third is a timber drying shed for the Moonshine house – which uses timber as its only source of heating and needed a years worth of seasoned wood stored next to the house. This drying shed encourages air flow across the drying timber while keeping moisture away, speeding up the seasoning process. Again, constructed by Charley Brentnall. The fourth is a new bike shed to accompany our Visible Studio. The fifth is a new composting toilet constructed from waste or scavenged material, costing nothing and having no environmental impact, for our Visible Studio which was shortlisted for the Architects’ Journal Small Projects Award for the best project for a contract sum of less than £250,000 – an award we won for our ‘Moonshine‘ house. The sixth is ‘Loveshack’ – a chicken house for Moonshine.