This lovely ivy-encased art studio in San Francisco is the work of Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture who replaced a storage shed with this remarkably green shedworking atmosphere or as they put it, a “green cube” with ivy growing on a metal framework surrounding the studio.
Concept: putting a vine, eg passion fruit, choko, etc over the garden shed to cool it in summer and make use of the vertical space for food production, plus it looks more appealing. Could even grow different vines at same time to add greater visual and food interest. Plus, Great book, apparently ;-). All you need to know about how to build your own little green roof on a shed or outbuilding.