If you like the idea of incorporating large expanses of glass into your garden room design, you will want to take a look at GlasHaus Design. They specialise in bespoke garden rooms and house extensions that utilise structural glazing solutions.
Floor to ceiling glazing is a key feature of contemporary garden room design. GlasHaus Design has maximised this feature more than many other designers. Their steel core structure allows them to use large sections of frameless glass in the walls and ceiling of their outdoor rooms. As we can see from these images, the result is an almost seamless connection between indoor and outdoor spaces.
The glazing in the roof structure is particularly impressive and is stylishly detailed, as we can see in these images.
GlasHaus Design doesn't offer a range of standard designs; instead, they will work closely with you to create a building tailored to your needs and tastes. Whether this is a standalone garden room at the end of the garden or an extension attached to your house.
High-spec finishes, as standard
While each GlasHaus Design garden room is finished to the customer's chosen specification, the standard core structure is higher-spec than many other companies offer. The standard specification includes:
- Garden room structure: manufactured from structural mild steel box section frames
- Walls, floors and roofs: constructed using highly insulated SIP panels (Structural Insulated Panels)
- Sliding doors: from the Schuco ASE 60 range, polyester powder coated finish
- Glazing: all glass is double glazed as standard with a 1.0 W/m2K centre pane U-Value (enhanced high performance glazing options are available)
- Fascias and soffits: manufactured from aluminium sheet, polyester powder coated finish
- External cladding: either timber slats or aluminium panels available in a range of finishes
- Internal features: plastered and painted walls, solid hardwood timber flooring, recessed flush fitted skirting boards, LED spotlights and stainless steel finished plug sockets and light switches