Since it’s launch last year the Linea Range by Garden Affairs has become a very popular option with those looking to create a home office. Part of its popularity is that its cubed roofline, allows the 2.5m high garden room to be sited close to the boundaries of the site. Many garden office designs need space to be left alongside the building for guttering and maintenance. The Garden Affairs designers, have, however, overcome this by incorporating the gutter into the design and by using Larch cladding which requires little maintenance.
This example of the Linea Range is 4.5 meters wide by 4.5 meters deep. It is fully insulated for year-round use. A key feature of the design is the trapezoid Larch cladding. Larch is a popular alternative to Cedar cladding, offering the same natural durability but with a slightly yellower colouring, which as you can see looks very contemporary.
Garden Affairs customer has chosen a striking blue finish for the doors and windows. A refreshing change to all the dark grey we see these days. Garden Affairs paint the doors and windows in their factory for the optimum finish.
The customer also chose to add a green roof system. The green matting is made up of a mixture of sedum plants so will offer interest all year round, and require little maintenance. Green roofs like this not only look good, they also help absorb rain and purify the air, as well as offering a natural habitat for insects which in turn helps the birds. Green roofs can also help with the acoustic properties of a garden office.
Garden Affairs have the pricing options for this garden office clearly laid out on their website, take a look here.
To learn more about the Linea Range talk to the Garden Affairs team on 01225 774 566 or take a look at their website.