Many a photographer has set up a studio in a garden room. This L-shaped photography studio by Garden2Office is a fine example. The Garden2Office team worked closely with their client to design a building that works for their specific needs, such as creating a taller than usual garden room that could accommodate backdrops and light stands.
Garden2Office use a highly insulated Sweedish building system that creates a building that is comfortable to work in, no matter what the weather. In this case, the highly insulated wall panels are clad externally in Western Red Cedar. This creates a highly durable, low maintenance finish with contemporary design style.
With a Garden2Office building, you can choose the amount and layout of glazing. In this case, two sets of doors have been positioned in an L-shaped configuration. This positioning ensures that both wings of the room are naturally light, and allow for easy movement in and out of the studio.
Garden2Office use a high-spec Aluminium framed, doors and windows. The customer chose dual coloured frames rather than soild colour inside and out. They picked dark grey for the exterior side, and white for the inner side. This white finish plays its part in the neutral styling of the interior of the studio.
The space above the door openings shows that this photography studio is taller than the average garden room. The extra height allows for different backdrops to be used and easily changed, and for tall light stands. Garden2Office are happy to work around specific requirements like this, to ensure the success of the building.
As we can see from the final photos, this is a very successful building. Garden2Offices customer has cleverly zoned the L-shaped building. They have created an office area for digital editing in the smaller wing and a seating area for talking with clients in the other. In the corner section, they have created the photographic area. This is such a clever use of the space.