L-shaped buildings are ideal if you are wanting to create an office space with more than one room. This example by Garden Room Masters has been divided into three distinct spaces: two offices and a meeting room.
Garden Room Masters was commissioned to create an office with a view for the owner of a roofing business. A second office that could be used for the sales team and a meeting room for visiting clients. An L-shaped building was decided upon with the three rooms being divided with glass panels. Overall, the building is a substantial 30 square meters.
Unusually, for the L-shaped buildings, we feature, the floor to ceiling glazing wraps around the two wings. Normally, it is broken up with solid wall sections in the corner of the two wings. To achieve this wrap-around effect, the Garden Room Masters team have combined aluminium bi-fold doors with frameless glass panels. We especially like the corner section of glazing which has been fitted at an angle.
This expanse of glazing ensures each of the room is naturally light. In addition to the glazed walls, two large windows have been incorporated into the roof.
Being a roofing company, Garden Room Masters had a preference for the roof covering used on their office. They chose Sanafil, a single ply, flexible roofing system where the joints are welded together with hot air. The pitched roofline elegantly forms a canopy running along the front elevations. A concealed gutter system has been incorporated into the canopy.
Inside, the rooms are fully plastered and decorated creating a light and airy, modern room.