Garden offices are a great solution for remote workers. Offering the flexibility of working from home, but detached from the distractions of the main house. Green Studios designed and built this high-spec garden office which has been designed so it can be used after work too.
Garden Spaces created a compact L-shaped showroom for Marshalls at the Chelsea Flower Show. We can see this clever design could be replicated to create a small garden office.
GRL – Garden Room Living handles the whole project for their customers, including the installation of the base right through to the final site cleanup.
Green Studios were asked to create a large garden room that could work as a family cinema room, home office and home gym with storage.
Useful guide to planning the layout of furniture in your garden office to make it a functional and productive workspace.
Are you looking for a tailor-made garden office? Well, you need to talk to the team at Swift Garden Rooms who like nothing better than to implement their client’s wishlist of features into their contemporary designs.
Bridge Garden Rooms have recently built this good sized garden office based on their Derwent Range. The Derwent has a striking form with a corner of glazing and covered veranda area on the front elevation.
Executive Garden Rooms have recently completed a large garden office for their clients to work from home in. At 6.4 meters x 5.5 meters this is a sizeable office creating just over 35 square meters of work space.
Did you see George Clarke’s Ugly House to Lovely House on TV last night? Well a garden office was designed by the architect Laura Jane Clark and built by Warwick Buildings.
Swift Garden Rooms spotted a feature on the BBC news looking at the benefits of working from home. The report showed that the average Londoner spends 1 hour 15 minutes commuting to work and thats each way so two and a half hours a day!