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PiP Architecture

PiP Architecture

Cambridge, England

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PiP Architecture - The Potting Shed

PiP Architecture

PiP were commissioned by Jesus College to design a new potting shed to replace one currently located some distance from the colleges glasshouses. This would serve the gardeners and improve the planting process and productivity within the College.

Due to the sensitive nature of the Fellows Gardens, a more sculptural approach was adopted when designing the structure. The shed is constructed from Corten steel which will weather over time and is roofed in sedum to portray an upturned plant pot. The circular layout responds to the in/out process of re-potting the plants before they are moved from one glasshouse to another. The internal committees of the college have agreed it is a positive contribution to the setting of the garden.

Potting Shed and Glasshouse

Potting Shed and Glasshouse 



Potting Shed In Use

Potting Shed In Use  



Potting Shed Entrance

Potting Shed Entrance  



Showing Structure of Potting Shed

Showing Structure of Potting Shed