Budget Breakdown: A Seattle Architect Crafts a Hardworking Shed for Just Over $2,200

A humble composition of two-by-fours, plywood, and polycarbonate, the Uphill Utilitarian is a flexible storage space and studio.
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The beauty of a shed, according to Aaron Trampush, lies in its potential. The Seattle-based architect and founder of Analog Architecture & Design has built a cantilevered backyard addition with transparent doors for himself and his wife, Bailey, that acts as storage, studio, and gathering spot. 

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