After clogging up the workplace with projects for years, I finally dug deep (literally and metaphorically), saved and took a loan, but at last I've a decent shed at my own house.
45 feet by 30 inside, 2x4 inch block with beaded insulation in the cavity, 6 inch slab of smooth concrete floor, with lots of steel in it, loft in one end, and a small loo. The roof is steel cladding, in a style reminiscent of a standard fibre cement slate roof.
It worked out about 10k more expensive to build than a traditional steel shed, but it's literally metres away from my house, and in full view as you drive past and drive in, so I wanted something that looked more "house-ish"
2019, year of the garage.