Friday, November 10, 2017

Garden room workshop for a jewellery maker


Here's a rather nice garden room workshop that Miniature Manors built for a jewellery maker in Sussex. The structure is clad in cedar externally and has OSB walls internally. As all of their designs are bespoke, MM chose the OSB as it is a good material for hiding dirt in a workshop and also looks great in a workshop environment. The client was renting a workshop, but opted to have one of MM's garden rooms at home as a long-term, cost effective solution.

The full spec:
  • 6.2 metre by 4.5 metre garden workshop
  • Height of 2.5 metres 
  • Concrete base
  • Flat EPDM rubber roof
  • Walls, floor and ceiling fully insulated with 50mm celotex
  • Tyvek breathable membrane wrapped around structure for ventiliation
  • External walls vertically cladded in red western cedar sourced from sustainable forests
  • Internal walls boarded with OSB 
  • Electrics including 8 double sockets, internal & external spotlights
  • Electrical connection to the house
  • Guttering connected to water butt 
  • Double-glazed uPVC French Doors
  • Three double-glazed uPVC windows
  • Mositure-resistant laminate flooring

-------------------------------------------------------
Friday posts are sponsored by Warwick Buildings, manufacturers of outstanding quality timber buildings. Click here for more information.

No comments:

Post a Comment