This latest Garden Fortress building that is being used as a therapy room is a bit different. We have featured several therapy rooms before on this site. With those designs the clients have walked through the owners garden to get to the suite. What is different about this design is that it features a client entrance straight off the road.
From the garden side of the building it looks like a contemporary garden room with French doors and veranda. But cleverly the building has been sited near to the gardens rear gate which backs onto a road. A discreet door has been situated in the back wall to allow clients to enter without going through the owners home or garden.
Before starting work on the new room the Garden Fortress team spent 3 days clearing the site which included removing an old shed and fencing. The overgrowth was such that a mini digger and stump grinder had to be used. They then started work on the room itself which was completed in 10 days – this is not bad as it rained every day of the build!
The room is 3m x 3m so about the size of a second bedroom. It features a small storage room which leads off the main room via an internal door. The rear door has tinted glass so that you can see out of it but no one can see in. The large set of French doors were an upgrade option from the standard sliding doors.
The room has a plastered interior and features LED lighting both inside and out. The building is cladded in cedar – we have commented before how Garden Fortress pay attention to matching the colour of the cladding used on the wall and the veranda canopy – little details like this add up.
This is a clever bespoke design. For more information visit the Garden Fortress website or give them a call on 01372 602 686 to discuss your ideas.