Our luxurious Mobile Homes are available for purchase
Rooms Outdoor creates 24 different designs of annexes
Launching of our Trafiko range of garden rooms
Bespoke project recently completed in Chiswick, London.
Camargue product range launched. Camargue is an aluminium louvered roof pavilion, ideal for gardens, patios and roof terraces at residential and commercial properties.
Urbano product range launched. Above is the model on display in our London showroom.
Guest Annexe installed in Canterbury West, Kent.
Showroom opened at 14 Market Road, London, N7 9PW
Pavilion product range launched. Above is the first installation in Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, France.
Bespoke project completed in Wimbledon, London.
Poolside studio in Medmenham, Buckinghamshire as featured in Bricks and Mortar the property section of The Times.
Solo product range launched. Above is an early example of an installation in Richmond upon Thames, Surrey.
First classroom project completed for a nursery in Putney, London.
Haus+ product range launched at the Grand Designs Exhibition in London.
An order for 36 holiday homes received. Above is an example of an installation in Norfolk.
First sedum roof installed in this bespoke project in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire.
Cuberno product range launched. Above is the first installation in Chiswick, London.
Moderno product range launched. Above is an early example installed in Oxfordshire.
Shomera product range exhibited at the Ideal Homes Exhibition in London.
Product technical improvements introduced with the use of engineered structural timber, engineered cladding and factory made windows and doors.
As orders increased production was scaled up from a workshop to a factory production process. Above is an early example of a bespoke project.
Initially the garden rooms were handmade in a workshop. Above is a typical example of a studio with painted softwood cladding.
Commercial sales of the Shomera range begin. Above is an early example of an installation.
Prototype of the Shomera modular garden office created. Above is the interior of the first display building open to the public.