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Living roofs have become common place in garden office design, they enhance the look of a garden office and offer benefits such as increased thermal and acoustic insulation, but how soon will it be before garden office designers follow the lead of Patrick Blanc founder of the vertical garden, and start ‘cladding’ their buildings in […]
Under floor heating is becoming a popular feature in garden office and studio specifications, and it offers many benefits over traditional types of garden office heating such as convector heaters or oil filled radiators. While convector heaters and oil filled radiators heat a garden office well and quickly, as the heat rises you can end […]
Western Red Cedar cladding is a popular finish on many garden offices, particularly contemporary garden offices where cedars clear grain and subtle colouring enhance the contemporary feel. Although Western Red Cedar can be sourced from forests in the UK, the bulk of Western Red Cedar used in garden office construction is grown along the pacific […]
In our article ‘why wood is good for garden offices’ we saw how wood is the most widely used material in garden office construction, and offers a garden office many performance benefits such as increased thermal and acoustic insulation. But it is important that any timber used in garden office construction comes from sustainable sources. […]