Apropos garden studios can be utilized for all manner of purposes. Many people use them for work as they can be the ideal place from where to run a business from home (Atelier garden studios from Apropos can be fully equipped offices). Others prefer to use theirs as a tranquil haven, a place in which to escape the demands of work, family and general everyday life.
Stunning architecture in glass
If a studio in your garden is something you are thinking of investing in (they can add value to your home), the bespoke structure you’ll get from us will be unique. At Apropos we don’t ‘do’ standard designs. For residential clients across the country (and even some commercial ones) our approach to creating unique garden area studios is the same one we adopt when designing and installing other aluminum and glass structures, such as:
- Kitchen extensions
- Dining rooms
- Living rooms
- Bespoke conservatories
- Lean to conservatories
- Pool houses
- Glass verandas (some with glazed canopies), and
Additional, integrated features, such as roof lights, sliding doors, electrically-controlled ventilation and even self-cleaning glass can also be part of an overall design, a design that you heavily influence: you can be involved in the design process throughout, if you wish, to ensure you get exactly the garden studio you want, and nothing less. Or, alternatively, you can leave the entire design process to us, and then simply wait for the ‘ta-dah!’ the moment, when your studio is complete.
A studio that’s ‘fit’ for purpose
Some of our clients use their Apropos conservatory or garden studio as a dedicated fitness room. Because there are no size limitations, equipment such as treadmills, cross-trainers, rowing machines, and weight benches can be accommodated easily. And it is not only the body that can be exercised therein.
Great as meditation rooms too
Long gone are the days when meditation was only practiced by people in Taoist China and Buddhist India. Back then (during the 5th and 6th centuries BC) respected elders would teach others how to self-induce a mode of consciousness, to achieve a sense of inner peace, or to realize some other spiritual or physical benefit.
It was not until the 1960s that meditation arrived in Britain and the USA. But, even then, only the most ardent Flower Power counterculture enthusiasts habitually practiced meditation; it had yet to truly ‘find a home’ in British suburbia!
Let home improvement enhance self-improvement
Now, meditation is enjoyed by people of all ages and from all walks of life. One of its biggest advantages, of course, is that it is free. But the problem so many practitioners have is finding the perfect environment in which to still their minds while simultaneously delving deep inside themselves to discover their ‘inner Buddha’.
With all this, meditation enthusiasts everywhere are simply getting out of practice: the heart, the soul and the mind are willing, but finding the ideal place at home to enjoy an hour’s meditation is proving increasingly difficult (as our lives become busier and busier).
If this is you, and converting a spare bedroom or your garage into a meditation room at your property is simply not an option, but you badly miss meditating regularly, why not do what numerous other people across Britain are doing, and invest in an Apropos garden studio?