A standalone, timber-framed structure constructed in the artist's garden as a family bedroom. Self-built by James Bridle and Navine Khan-Dossos with help from friends.
The structure is based on the work of Walter Segal, a German-British architect who developed a method for novice builders to construct their own homes, many of which have been built as social housing in the UK.
Adapted to local conditions, the structure features seagrass insulation in the floor and ceilings, a modern adaptation of a traditional technique from the Greek islands and elsewhere. The seagrass was collected on local beaches.