You are not limited to having just one door when building a garden office building. This bespoke design by Kent-based Ark Design Build is an excellent example of how you can position doors in a garden office just where you need them.
Ark Design Build's clients wanted to position their garden office in the middle of their garden, leaving areas of the garden at both the front and back of the building.
With the office being built tight to the garden's boundaries, there needed to be easy movement through the building. This has been achieved by positioning a set of sliding doors on the rear elevation and bi-fold doors on the front wall.
We have seen Ark Design Build create this dual entry layout before, in a self-contained living annexe, again positioned in the middle of the garden. With that project, the owners chose to add bi-fold doors on both the front and rear elevations.
Composite deck shaped around trees
The bi-fold doors on the front elevation open up onto a large composite deck area. As we can see in these photos, the decking has been shaped around the tree trunks leaving space for the trees to grow. Again, we have seen Ark Design Build take this care with trees before with this family room.
Plastered and decorated interior
Ark Design Build finishes their garden offices' interior to a high specification. The walls and ceiling are plastered and decorated, creating a finish akin to a new house.
Ark Design Build's electrical package is also well specified, with features such as internet cabling included as standard. Ark Design Build also include connecting the office's electrics to the mains supply in the house as part of their service.
To learn more about creating a dual entry garden office, chat with the Ark Design Build team on 07896 196 718 or send them an email: email@example.com. Explore www.arkdesignbuild.co.uk to learn more about their work.