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Office, Gym and Covered Outdoor Space in Lincoln

Project Overview

  • Client - Mike H in Lincoln

  • Product - Large multifunctional room

  • Budget - £35,000

  • Build Time - 6 days

Services Provided

  • Design

  • Foundations

  • Build

  • Electrics

  • Flooring & Internal Decoration

  • Composite Decking & Canopy

Replacing a small outdoor seating area and expanding the use of the garden by incorporating an office and gym, the new covered outdoor area is usable all year round.

A Large L Shaped Building

  • Office space to work away from the main house.

  • Space to use as a gym for exercise and yoga..

  • Front elevation canopy off one side of the building for sheltered seating space.

  • Walls on 1½ sides of the shelter to make it more cosy and provide a privacy barrier for the benefit of the neighbours.

  • Outdoor lighting and power for a future project space.

Garden Office, Gym and Sheltered Seating Area Specification

  • 7m×3m main room

  • 4m×4m sheltered seating space with 1½ sides

  • Monterey Taupe coloured Hardie Board maintenance free cladding

  • Anthracite UPVC doors and windows

  • 3.7m wide double sliding door

  • Large corner window

  • Front overhang with LED lighting and canopy lights

  • Dimmable LED internal lighting and electrical sockets

  • External light and power sockets on the left

  • Composite decking under the canopy

The Completed Building With Canopy Area

Mike was very kind to record a testimonial video which can be viewed here.  You can also view a gallery of images below or click here for a virtual 360º tour of his garden room.

In the corner of the garden, Mike had a gazebo where he liked to sit when the weather was good.  It was important to retain this idea of outdoor seating space but at the same time, make more use of the area behind the garage.

The space behind the garage backed on to a wooded area so it was an ideal location for the garden room.  The sheltered seating area which had one side solidly filled in for additional shelter plus another half side, protruded from the right of the right of the building which allowed the windows on the left to still get plenty of natural sunlight.

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