When running your own business from home out grows your home, utilising space in the garden can be the next step. However for our customer in Hackney, London he not only need to grow his working environment but he also needed to have garden storage space, all squeezed into a tight corner at the end of his garden.
With this in mind we designed an eDEN garden office which was triangular in shape (to squeeze into an awkward corner), incorporated a storage space and featured concrete panels at the rear (thereby maintenance free so could be constructed close to the garden fence). These three design features ensured our customer could achieve his much longed for garden office without comprising on garden storage AND utilised an awkward space at the bottom of his garden.
The pictures show the completed garden room which features an integrated cupboard and desk. The garden storage/shed has been cleverly designed into the modern design with the door clad in red cedar wood to work seamlessly with the overall design. The entrance door is double glazed (with security locks) situated alongside a large window feature which floods light into the office and can be opened (tilt and turn mechanism) to ventilate the office as well. The customer chose a green RAL for the aluminium cladding on the glazing and this colour was also matched to the powder coated aluminium fascias.
The garden office is fully insulated and heated by underfloor heating. The room is finished with a overhang and decking, lit by spotlights and protected by security lighting.
For more information on eDEN garden rooms, garden offices and garden studios visit www.edengardenrooms.com