Many people in the UK have been advised to work remotely for the time being due to the Coronavirus pandemic to stay safe. So rather than working in a crowded home surrounding, why not check out these bespoke garden offices that will offer you ideas for investing in your own. So, here are 5 outside garden offices perfect for your very own home working space.
If you don’t have a permanent office area, maybe these outdoor studio spaces will be at the top of your agenda after reading this. A self-building garden office is a perfect way to have a separation between your work and home life.
For advice and serious office envy, look at these 5 builds.
Shoffice, Platform 5 Architects
Image: Platform 5 Architects
Platform 5 architects designed this sculptural outdoor workspace, using timber ribs, steel ring beams, and a plywood skin. The building cost £67,845.
Cork-clad studio, Surman Weston
Image: Surman Weston. Photography: Wai Ming Ng
Architects Surman Weston created this shared work studio that fills almost the whole width of the garden. The studio has a pocket door window to show the garden view and the outside of the building is made from textured cork sheets. The building also has an open viewed roof to let in natural light and plywood walls and floors. This project cost £45,000 to design and build.
London flat, RISE Design Studio
Image: RISE Design Studio
This garden office was built by RISE Design Studio with inspiration from a London flat. They used pink plywood on the walls, ceiling, desk and storage units and have used a large corner window to provide views from the back garden. This studio costs £36.000.
Nestle Studio, Mustard Architects
Image: Mustard Architects. Photography: Tim Crocker
This garden studio was designed by Mustard Architects, which has a split window to show off the outdoor views and clad using western red cedar. This studio project cost £75,000.
The Light Shed, Richard John Andrews
Image: Richard John Andrews. Photography: Chris Snook
This garden studio was designed and built by architect Richard John Andrews using a timber-frame modular system with plywood. The cladding is made with fibreglass panels and the roof a polycarbonate roof. This project cost £12,500.