Angled Nook Garden Room
Floating Garden Shelter
Landscaping for outdoor living, Bleasby.
The brief was to create a contemporary garden structure, providing privacy, shelter and a new connection to a garden sitting alongside a recently renovated house.
The client was an integral part of the design process and together we experimented with materials and strong shapes. Larch and Accoya were chosen early on.
This project ended up being a fantastic example of successful collaboration between craftsmen, willing clients and beautiful materials. We are really pleased with how the clean lines from black diagonals, to pale verticals and scalloped ripples work together. The profile of the Black Larch herringbone needed to match up on the angles perfectly, as did the Accoya decking running into the existing cladding.
photography by Gavin Joynt
video by ERD Visual Media
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