A friend wanted a weather-resistant hut in his spacious garden, which should be raised above the ground. Since there was no suitable tree on the premises, we built a platform out of square oak timber that we got from a demolished old farm house. On top of this we built a scaffold and a roof truss out of planed larch wood. The walls are made up of weather-beaten doors of demolished wood sheds. I recovered the windows from a collapsed paper factory. The roof consists of three layers of larch planks that have been staggered with nails in reverse order. Another found treasure, a five-metre pole with a forged top, serves as the flagpole of this playful recycling building in “Robinson Crusoe” style, which was completed in time before the return of the family from their holidays.