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Among the kitschy, gnome-loving chalets of Holland's community gardens, Krill Architects created an anomalously spare and highly adaptable Garden House.

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  Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) was used to mimic molded plastic by rounding off sharp edges and painting it creamy white on the inside and light sky blue on the outside.  Photo by Jacqueline Schellingerhout.
    Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) was used to mimic molded plastic by rounding off sharp edges and painting it creamy white on the inside and light sky blue on the outside. Photo by Jacqueline Schellingerhout.
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  Two of the units can be opened up by removing their semi-transparent plastic windows to form a U-shaped covered lounging area.  Photo by Jacqueline Schellingerhout.
    Two of the units can be opened up by removing their semi-transparent plastic windows to form a U-shaped covered lounging area. Photo by Jacqueline Schellingerhout.
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  Two of three parts are on wheels, moving easily to attach to any number of anchor points using a simple clip and tension strap system.  Photo by Jacqueline Schellingerhout.
    Two of three parts are on wheels, moving easily to attach to any number of anchor points using a simple clip and tension strap system. Photo by Jacqueline Schellingerhout.

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