Tuesday, July 02, 2024

wudl launches new Sojourn garden room model

Shedworking was delighted to hear the other day from Nic Frankland whose Sheds for Living designs we showcased in the very, very early days of the sit as well as in the book Shedworking: The Alternative Workplace Revolution. He's been busy since then and his new project is wudl which produces affodable and sustainable timber frame buildings of various sizes including garden office-friendly ones.

The newest range from wudl is the 'Sojourn in the garden', ideal for shedworkers which come with a pitched roof with high-level ceilings to give a spacious feel inside. Nic emphaises that the company only uses natural and recycled materials (foundations are galvanised steel ground screws which have much less carbon than a concrete base). All the timber is FSC Certified and wudl uses 150mm SupaSoft recycled plastic bottle insulation in all of the building panels which is vapour permeable as well as good for the environment. The doors and windows are made by Velfac, a very durable timber-aluminium frame. The standard external finish is timber cladding (Douglas Fir) but other options are available, as are the likes of solar panels, battery storage, smart lighting, underfloor heating, laminate flooring and a range of wallpaper from Miss Print.


Malvern Garden Buildings offer a premium collection of garden buildings, displayed at 11 UK showsites.


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