New Studioni Design

Rather excitingly The Garden Room Guide is the first to preview Studioni’s new range of garden rooms.

Here’s what Studioni say:

We are delighted to launch this fresh range of garden rooms as our new ‘Lodge’. Although we have decided on a discreet array of sizes, any size is available to order.  The added value of this design is its easy adaptability to serve as a sunroom or reception area addition to existing properties.

Having continually developed a range of pitched roof lodges since 2001, the market research aesthetic preference for this new design rated 100% amongst all clients surveyed.  Raising the thermal properties and lowering the carbon footprint of the lodge was a priority for the design team and already, this is proving to be the design choice for school buildings.

Our old design originally used timber joinery which required regular maintenance and was inefficient, requiring more energy to heat and cool the room.  Our trial with pvcu had its own problems, being a high carbon product.  The high quality, thermally broken, more eco-friendly aluminium frames we have chosen elevate the quality of this range.

We have developed a more thermally sound building and chosen more environmentally conscious materials.  In part, this has contributed to the clean lines of the design.  All in all, a much-needed upgrade, we think, which reflects the contemporary style of Studioni.

Variations within the range are also catered for at the design stage and some can be viewed in a short video (above).

Future news: Studioni will be launching its new Studio design in the Spring 2011.

For more information on this striking new range of garden rooms visit the Studioni website

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