Westbury Garden Rooms begins new orangery project in Denmark14 Nov
Westbury Garden Rooms has begun construction of a major bespoke project in Holte, in Denmark
Westbury Garden Rooms has begun construction of a major bespoke project in Holte, the northwest most suburb of Copenhagen in Denmark.
While unusual for the team to work in Europe, this is not a first and it does happen from time to time. The client and his builder visited the Westbury showrooms at a village near Chelmsford in Essex and spent time with the design team talking over the details.
We will supply the structure which will be erected locally – but Westbury fitters will travel to Denmark to fit the roof with a special ‘flag’ material in a copper colour that complements the rest of the existing building.
Designed as a sitting and dining area for family and friends, the large 30 square metres buy hydrocodone from germany structure boasts a single lantern room affording maximum light. Adding to the sense of space and light there are five double doors stretching across one side of the building while the whole outer structure has been colour matched perfectly to the existing building.
The challenge for Westbury in terms of design has been that the footings, including a stunning curved bay, were already in place – so the orangery has had to be built around these.
The new garden room also lies at the foot of an existing set of stone stairs that will lead directly into the orangery to make a dramatic entrance.
The images show the scale of the structure being hand finished at Westbury’s factory.