During this period many of us are trying to find space in our homes to dedicate to remote working and office space.
As this spring sunshine continues many of us will also be looking to spend more time outside.
If you are fortunate enough to have outdoor space, replacing a garden shed with a studio or guest room is a great way to create a flexible work space. This provides a separation from the home environment for remote working with the opportunity for other uses.
We recently designed this Tree House Studio as one option for a client exploring the different possibilities for a garden studio separate from their main house.
Inspired by an area of mature trees in the garden we proposed an elevated studio space.
The structure’s exterior is a mixture of glazing and vertical timber cladding that allows it to reflect and weather to its surroundings among the trees.
On the ground floor a central core takes you up the staircase into a spacious, open plan office and living space. The glazing on three sides can be opened up to the balcony platform surrounding the office, creating an immersive space within the trees.
As part of the brief the client wanted to have a shower room and a separate soundproofed music room which could also be used as a guest bedroom. This allowed the Tree House Studio to be multi-functional and futureproofing it for the client should they decide to use the space as a holiday let.
If you are looking for ideas for your own home studio, please give our team a call on 01395 233 807 or drop us an email to discuss your enquiry.