Owl Garden Studios
6 m x 5m garden studio with Western Red Cedar cladding installed. Decorative Venetian plaster feature wall inside which creates a special ambience for this garden bar build. Cantilever wraparound canopy with side walls to bridge decking which has been installed with composite planks. Image courtesy of Immer.photo
Tanya Hudson Architecture & Interior Design Ltd
This garden room has a cedar shingle roof that is self draining. It’s quite neat and it looks great.
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This sleek garden office was built for a client in West Sussex who wanted to move their home office out of the house and into the garden. In order to meet our brief of providing a contemporary design, we included Western Red Cedar cladding. This softwood cladding has beautiful tones of brown, red and orange. The sliding doors and full length window allow natural light to flood in to the room, whilst the desk height window offers views across the garden. We can add an area of separate storage to all of our garden room builds. In the case of this structure, we have hidden the entrance to the side of the building and have continued the cedar cladding across the door. As a result, the room is concealed but offers the storage space needed. The interior of the storage is ply-lined, offering a durable solution for garden storage on the garden room.
Matthew Giles Architects
Housed within the building is a multi-functioning space along with kitchen, storage and shower room. The use of timber continues here, with walls clad in a warm, natural, birch-plywood. The mirror at the rear of the kitchen reflects the ever-changing planting outside, providing a sense of space and depth. This, along with a rooflight, and small, planted courtyard, bring additional natural light into the space and make the garden an integral part of the building.
A Place To Grow
This lovely, rustic shed features re-purposed vintage windows and doors and urban forested pine lumber from Pacific Coast Lumber. With shiplap style paneling and a drop-down door which serves as a window when shut and a countertop when opened, this cozy and inviting space is the perfect place for outdoor dining and relaxing.