We have recently been introduced to the work of InFrame Space, an architect and engineer led practice designing contemporary style garden rooms and house extensions.
InFrame Space currently focuses their work in the South London and North Surrey areas and have a showroom in Hampton opening soon.
Steel frame core structure
InFrame Space has chosen an insulated, light gauge steel frame system for the core structure of their rooms.
The steel framework creates a strong core that is quick to install and easily allows the designers to add cool features such as roof windows into their buildings.
The steel framework, mixed with other non-combustible layers of the build-up, allows InFrame Space buildings to be installed close to the garden's boundaries.
This is demonstrated in this image of their Luna Range. As we can see, the building sits tightly within three boundaries, maximising the space available at the end of the garden.
InFrame Space garden rooms available in three heights
InFrame Space garden rooms are available in three heights. There is the 2.5m option that offers maximum flexibility in positioning the building under the Permitted Development rules.
You can also choose a 2.8m height. Many of the garden gym buyers we speak to are looking for a 2.8m high garden room, so it is good to see this offered as standard.
InFrame Space tell us that their 2.8m high buildings can be sited below ground level to comply with the maximum heights available under Permitted Development. Not many garden room companies are equipped to do this.
InFrame Space also offers a 3.2m building height.
Contemporary house extensions
Alongside their standalone garden room designs, InFrame Space also offers contemporary house extensions.