The original 8'x6' shed was not large enough to hold two IBC (1000 litre) water butts for irrigating the garden during droughts. Thus, Shedstable needed to be much bigger and evolved to also provide more workshop space as well as better storage. Shedstable took its name when, during construction, it looked more like a stable than a shed. The walls are made of twinwall polycarbonate sheets to provide lots of light internally. The external vertical cladding improves overall security and allows Shedstable to blend in and hide in the corner of the garden.
Wired broadband to the workbench - of course! Who knows what drills/routers/lathes of the future will need?