Aesthetics and function were paramount when designing this project. The client required an open bay area for two vehicles and a third bay that offered a secure bay for a third vehicle and other goods.
The dwelling opposite used elements of oak in its construction, so our remit was to create a structure that complemented both the existing property and its surroundings.

Blue tiles and ridge tiles have been used to contrast with the pressure-treated timber weatherboarding and hand-finished oak structure.
The secure area of the building has ivory painted doors with cast iron fittings to keep with the overall traditional look and further storage is offered within with a loft area with hatch access.

The building fits in perfectly with its surroundings

The oak frame and weatherboarding reflected the look of the oak in the existing property

As with all our builds, the sturdy framing and structure is custom built and constructed on site

The bays offer ample space for larger vehicles

Traditional truss and dowel joints are used for both strength and beautiful finish

The third bay has cast iron fittings, lockable doors and offers space for a further vehicle and a loft area with hatch access.