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Architect Visit: Potting Shed by Silvercocoon

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Architect Visit: Potting Shed by Silvercocoon

January 8, 2013

Based in Minneapolis, Silvercocoon is a collaboration between husband/wife team Tia Salmela (of Finnish descent) and Souliyahn Keobounpheng (born in Laos and a Minnesota resident since 1979). Both have degrees in architecture from the University of Minnesota; together they strive to create “great and sensible design.” We especially like this simple potting shed; browse more projects at Silvercocoon.

Photographs courtesy of Silvercocoon.

Minneapolis-based Silvercocoon designed this quaint potting shed

Minneapolis-based Silvercocoon designed this quaint potting shed

Silvercocoon designed this quaint potting shed

Minneapolis-based Silvercocoon designed this quaint potting shed

Minneapolis-based Silvercocoon designed this quaint shed

For more potting sheds, see “Steal This Look: A Potting Shed Made of Scraps” and “A Simple Garden in Oakland, Chickens and Bees Included.

N.B.: This is an update of a post originally published April 13, 2010.

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