I'm a big fan of corrugated sheet metal so thought I'd post about this new tin shed house, designed by Australian architect Raffaello Rosselli. Located on a corner in the suburb of Redfern, Sydney, Raffaello repurposed an existing tin shed to create this small office and studio flat. "The humble tin shed is an iconic Australian structure," he explains. "As the only remaining shed in the area it is a unique reminder of the industrial past." The original building was a windowless, narrow double-storey structure on a single-storey residential street. Now it has several Corten steel windows and a simple interior with plywood floors. Personally, I'd like to see the interior furnished and looking a little more cosy in contrast to the tough exterior. But, if you'd like to experience the house for yourself, it is available to rent through airbnb.