Bespoke design came into own on this garden office project. eDEN Garden Rooms was commissioned to design a building along the side of their client’s house. eDEN’s client wanted to utilise the space to the side of their house to create a home office, and a storage shed. Using this space would mean that the new building wouldn’t steal space from the main garden.
Although eDEN’s customer wanted to maximise the size of the building, they also wanted to maintain the access route along the side of the house. No standard garden office design was going to fit the bill here, so they chose to work with the bespoke design specialists at eDEN Garden Rooms.
Conscious that because of its situation at the side of the house, the room might be dark. eDEN’s client wanted to maximise the glazing in the room. They also wanted to incorporate a storage area into the design. This is becoming more and more popular, to incorporate two uses under the one, well-designed roof.
Clever design was going to be needed to maintain the access route and to maximise the natural light. The eDEN design team decided that an L-shaped building was the best use of space. This is not a conventional L-shaped building though, because the front wall is stepped to maximise the space available and to maintain the access.
To ensure the room is light a lot of glazing has been incorporated into the design. The glazing is made up of a combination of bi-fold doors and floor to ceiling glazed panels. These panels have been stylishly broken up with narrow sections of Cedar clad wall.
The storage shed has been positioned at the end of the garden office and is accessed via double doors.
This clever design is 10.9m long and 3.25m at its widest point and 1.76m at its narrowest. The design shows how bespoke garden office designers can utilise sites that could be considered tricky.
To learn more about this project talk to the eDEN team on 0800 0935 339 or send them an email. You might also want to explore their website to learn more about their work.