This garden room sits on 1.5m long ground screws chosen to create a firm base on a sloping site.
Archive of articles touching on the different foundation systems used in garden room design. As you will see there are several different foundation systems that can be used, but your garden will dictate which.
This is an unusual project, an artists studio on stilts so that it could be built on a floodplain. Timeless Garden Rooms have incorporated several bespoke features including a kitchenette with double Belfast sink, a storage area and metal treads on the staircase.
INSITU Garden Offices designed this garden studio in Central London. The site was considered too tricky by several other designers, but the INSITU team were up for the challenge.
Executive Garden Studios were tasked with building a garden room on a slope which might have been considered tricky by some. But with foundation design it was easily overcome.
Sanctum Garden Studios were recently asked by a fashion photographer to build a garden office in his large garden, so he could run his business from it.
This Contemporary Garden Rooms building shows how garden room designers can cleverly design solutions to a steeply sloping site.
SIPS Garden Rooms are the first garden room supplier to adopt alloy pile foundations rather than alternative galvanised versions. These alloy piles will last for hundreds of years.
Don’t be put off if you have a sloping site, garden room designers have ways around them.
Executive Garden Rooms client was worried about foxes burrowing under the building, so they used a concrete slab foundation overcome this.
Sanctum Garden Studios share with us the details of a recent build, accompanied by the photos the client took at each stage of the build.