I’m working on locating my shop space to an external detached structure, and it’s become more important now that I’m spending a lot more time forging than stick removal. My hot working area is on our patio under a temporary tent/gazebo, and my other tools like my grinder have always been in my garage. My wife would be tremendously happier if I located all of it to a detached work area, so that’s what I’m working on but there are a few restrictions I have to work around. I’m wondering if others have any creative space ideas that have worked well for them while considering a few issues I have. Space for building is limited due to location and HOA guidelines. I can build a structure that’s 200 square feet without much issue, but the choice of floor structure is a challenge. I’m considering wood floor shed style options and then locating my anvil outside the shed under a covered area so it can be anchored into the ground, and have a safe ground for hot work. Ideal would be a cement slab, but the location I want to put it will not allow for that. Has anyone been successful in building something useful that’s that small with building restrictions?