?A shed is the shortest line between need and shelter,? writes Howard Mansfield. Drawing on material from his recent book Dwelling in Possibility, Mansfield explores the different types of sheds found around New England and beyond: covered bridges, barns, worksheds, ?worship sheds? (meeting houses), extended farmhouses, bob houses for ice fishing. In lyrical style and supported by photographs by Joanna Eldredge Morrissey, Mansfield shows the connection between the design of these structures and their roles in our lives.
Takes readers on a photographic tour of sheds throughout the United States, featuring work sheds, worship sheds, saunas, barns, war sheds, farm sheds, and anti-sheds.
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