The shack is constructed from raw, native materials made in an honest fashion. For us it needed to compliment the garden and blend organically within the space, not to be seen as a separate element. We wanted to create a piece of architecture that could adapt, reform and re-orientate. A translucent sculpture that, with the change of direction could become a solid form, constricting views from and into the garden.
The Green Roof Cabin maintains a relationship to the landscape through material quality and craftsmanship. Large glass facades complement the traditional cabin, opening up views onto the rolling hillside. A naturalistic green roof replicates the surrounding wild meadow, creating a rhythm and unity throughout the landscape.
The versatile open plan design of the Roof-Top Studio creates an airy and usable interior space overlooking the outdoors. The Studio combines the traditional craftsmanship of wrought ironwork and oak frame construction to achieve the contemporary rustic effect. Oak framed doors and large glass facades erase the line between inside and out, flooding the space with natural light. The two story handmade studio functions as an idyllic individual and social space, combining indoor/outdoor living, encouraging a more outdoor lifestyle.
Both the Rooftop Studio and the Green Roof Cabin are handcrafted and can be designed bespoke to suit any individual. For more images and information on either of the garden buildings please contact us through the contact page.