Shed of the year 2024, Sponsored by Cuprinol, Sponsors Shed of the year
Front View of 'The Golden Temple' of shed - The Golden Temple, Herefordshire Front view with open doors of shed - The Golden Temple, Herefordshire setting up tools inside the workshop of shed - The Golden Temple, Herefordshire working in the the workshop of shed - The Golden Temple, Herefordshire Front view of shed - The Golden Temple, Herefordshire inside of shed - The Golden Temple, Herefordshire inside, looking out of shed - The Golden Temple, Herefordshire  of shed - The Golden Temple, Herefordshire

The Golden Temple

  • Surprise Me
    All photos are copyright sheddie Paul Marsden Edit your shed
    Sign up for the latest Shed news

    Shed Features

    This is a 'green' building designed in keeping with the local architectural style. I adapted it from an existing, dilapidated, garage to minimise material use and wasteage, and used larch from a locally managed forest combined with reclaimed materials obtained from an architectural salvage yard. It has been divided into 4 areas, to create space for storage, space for tools and machinery and space to work. When I can afford it, I intend to add a sedum roof.

    Other Shed info

    My son named it 'The Golden Temple' because the larch appears to glow when the sun shines on the front. It has only just been completed so we have not yet kitted out the inside. It will be used, by myself and my sons as a woodworking workshop.

    Your Shed company here?

    Enter for Shed of the year 2024


    View all entrants to Shed of the year

    Search

    Behind the Shed Newsletter

    Sign Up to Behind the shed newsletter here

    Thank you Sheddies

    If you like what we do, why not support readersheds and shedoftheyear

      |

    Edit your Shed

    Need to add more photos or edit your text of your shed, then do it here.


    View all the other Shed of the year winners from 2007