A Sympathetic Garden RoomPublished on 18th November 2017
Today we’re sharing with you another of our case studies from the archives. This garden room was commissioned for a period building and so needed to be sympathetic to this aesthetic. When we talk about sympathy in architecture, what we mean is that the two styles marry well, and this gorgeous garden room is a great example.
Location: West Yorkshire
Size: 3.5m x 3.5m
Features: Brown Aluminium to complement the building
Colour: Bespoke polyester powder coating
To design, and install, a comfortable living space for an ever expanding family. The extension needed to be in keeping with the existing structure and give the client a good view of the garden and surrounding area.
The conservatory was built onto an existing patio area and included a dwarf wall in matching stone. The aluminium was coated in a brown polyester powder to match the house and its surrounding area. Electric roof vents were included in the design to enable the conservatory to circulate air in the summer.
The result is a garden room which makes the most of the fantastic countryside views on offer and blends well with the host building.
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