By Andrew Wilson, 1824. Classical implement store, in miniature temple form used as a tool shed and set into the bank. The concept of the temple-like tool shed was formed by Andrew Wilson, said to be "one of the most eminent landscape painters of the Scottish school" who was consulted by the gardens’ Commissioners. He was the person who suggested the position and appearance of the shed. The shed was built as potentially a portico for a tunnel that was planned to link the gardens. The resulting building is very much within the Claudian, Picturesque tradition and is unique within all the Georgian gardens in Edinburgh. An A-listed building.