With modern foundation systems, garden room companies can install their buildings on sloping ground with relative ease, without the work and expense of extensive groundworks.
The sloping ground can offer the opportunity for an additional design feature. This Bridge Garden Rooms project is a good example.
The uneven ground has allowed the Bridge team to design a welcoming set of steps leading up to the entrance. The steps have added character to the building as well as being practical.
The pad foundations that Bridge Garden Rooms use are hidden by a dark grey skirt. This skirt has been colour matched with the door or window frames. This is a clever design choice as it visually blends in. Bridge Garden Rooms use a specialist panel system called Trespa which is not susceptible to rot, so is ideal in such locations.
We like how the Bridge team have the step flowing into the wall cheek and canopy detail. The step looks part of the overall design, rather than a utilitarian add on, as steps often can.
This great project shows how a sloping site can add to the overall design of your garden room.