Steel stilts have allowed MOSSpods to build this garden gym on sloping, uneven ground with relative ease. The steel
This 7m x 3m Sanctuary Range design by Crusoe Garden Rooms has been customised to create a garden gym with discreet storage shed area.
6m x 4m bespoke garden gym in Ayr, Scotland built by Aroha Escapes. Design features include aluminium bi-fold doors and Siberian Larch cladding.
Thinking of buying a garden gym building? Here are six benefits of building a gym in your garden that might help justify your decision.
Miniature Manors worked closely with their clients to bring in this 7m x 3.9m yoga studio in on a limited budget. Clever design and specification choices have resulted in a large building that has a great connection with its tranquil setting.
At 8 meters wide and 4 meters deep this is a large garden gym building by Garden Fortress. Once you add in the space of the veranda that runs along the front of the building and the covered seating area at the side, the building sits on a footprint of 10m x 5m.
Bi-fold doors are a popular option in garden room design as they fold back to open up a large section of wall. If your budget allows, using two sets of bi-folds can open up a whole corner of the building. Creating a great inside-outside connection.
If you are looking to establish a home-based Pilates studio, it might be an idea to look at the space in your garden as a place to create it. This example by My Eco Space incorporates a shower room and office area.
This triangular garden room has been designed as a home office and Pilates studio. It takes skill and expertise to build a room this shape, but the eDEN Garden Rooms team relished the challenge!
My Eco Space built this contemporary gym building for a yoga instructor. The 7 meter wide by 4.5 meter deep building. The building has an overall height of 2.8 meters, so is 300mm taller than the average garden room.