I want to build a 20m garden shed.
The soil is clay.
I'm thinking building it as a temporary structure
1m away from any other walls and fences and less
than 1 storey to avoid any planning permission.
No running water.
But electricity yes.
Solar panels yes.
I want to make it stand above the clay.
So make concrete post holder that are about half meter square
with a pair of holes using a custom made mold, and then dig up the clay to
plant the concreate post holder.
Then wrap some plastic and insert big pair of vertical wooden poles
every few meters.
To make wall, I can slip in additional timer and sealant between the
vertical wooden poles. (I didn't want to use lapped wooden wall - just don't
like that type of appearance.)
The roof is outdoor plywood covered with felt and whatever else to make it
water proof. Plan to fit solar panels on the roof.
Any good as an idea?
May be design it using openscad scripted 3D and some dxf drawings to get a
grip on materials sizes, and alignments.