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What is a: Backyard Escape Studio?
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A conversation with Sebastian Kellner of Kellner Innovations, creators of the Backyard Escape Studio.


One of the greatest achievements of the information age is the ability to allow workers to telecommute. With the increasing power and flexibility of home computing combining with the almost limitless potential of the Internet more and more professions previously requiring physical office space have been outsourced to individual homes.

Many of us, however, do not live in homes that readily lend themselves to the home office concept. While the physical space needed may have shrunk, a home office still needs dedicated space from which to create, administrate, and delegate. With this dilemma in mind Sebastian Kellner of Kellner Innovations created Backyard Escape Studios.

The best way to describe a Backyard Escape Studio is that it is an extra room for your home without the hassle of building permits, major costs of renovations, or the aggravation of your neighbours. The Studios are all custom designed stand-alone wood buildings with a general starting size of 13.5 by 8 feet. Once design is finalized the buildings are constructed in Kellner’s workshop in Bothwell, trucked to your house, and craned into your backyard.

“We can work with whatever type of exterior a customer chooses, form vinyl to hardwood to engineered siding, but cedar siding is the most popular for looks and flexibility,” says Kellner. “A foundation of patio stones is sufficient for the Studio, but we can make suggestions if a more permanent foundation is desired.”



The Studios are attractive and exceedingly versatile. In addition to the stated use as home office space they have been used as a chiropractors office, a photo lab, and can even be used as an extra bedroom. While most customers run a simple 110-volt line out to the studio to power lights and maybe an air conditioner, provision can be made for 220-volt service if required.

“The Backyard Escape Studio is the most efficient way of working at home without distractions,” says Kellner. “It is an excellent in-city way to get more space for your home, and is portable enough that you can take it with you if you decide to move.”

Check out Backyard Escape Studios at www.backyardescapestudios.ca and see the many innovative ways a customized affordable space can revolutionize your business or creative life.