Baldwin – Oak Framed Garden Room

A successful extension design on a period home respects the traditional detailing of the existing building, whilst offering a contemporary solution internally. Any addition to the home should not over-dominate the external appearance but be visually subservient to it; the natural and subtle appearance of Oak is sure to complement and enhance the architectural features of any home.

Key Design Features

  • 2 Gable Ends
  • Exposed Rafters
  • Roof Lights
  • Bifold Doors

Featured Project Sizes

  • Sizes: 7650mm (W) X 6000mm (D)
  • Eaves Height: 2100mm
  • Roof Pitch: 50 ˚

Period properties all too often feature small windows resulting in dark, cold rooms; adding a Garden Room to the property maximises light whilst also helping to moderate the temperature of the room throughout the year. The use of large areas of glazing will bring floods of light into the new structure as well as helping to encourage more natural light into the existing home. From above, the exposed Oak beams and rafters intermix to create an intricate statement that draws the eye to the magnificent height of the room. This lavish living-dining area seamlessly transitions out into the graceful garden through bi-folding doors, allowing our clients to make the most of the outdoor seating area and its surrounding oasis.

A flawlessly flowing ambience has been created by this versatile extension that is perfect for hosting friends and family all year round; enjoy an intimate evening dinner party or a social summer barbecue.

Stunning both inside and out, Oak is a beautiful and sympathetic material upholding the integrity of the original architecture of this period property. Oak’s traditional construction and carpentry methods combined with its’ increasingly important sustainable sourcing solution, makes Oak a preferred material choice for planning authorities, particularly in these rural settings.

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