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Bespoke Conservatory Guide

Specifications and Information

Bespoke Conservatory InformationThe bespoke conservatory is exactly that, bespoke. As with the P-shape and T-shape, the bespoke conservatory is designed using standard styles combined to create the ultimate conservatory extension. One must keep in mind when designing a bespoke conservatory that the design starts by incorporating different conservatory roof styles. You can not just draw a floor plan and then hope the different roof structures will fit. Conservatories are designed from the top down.

As one might imagine, they are numerous conservatory design combinations that can be applied, depending on the individuals requirements. Generally, the bespoke conservatory is a much larger structure than average, due to the space needed to combine two, three or four different conservatory styles.

Bespoke conservatories are more commonly required in the commercial sector. They are more thought of in terms such as 'glass structures'. Common requirements are enclosed walkways between buildings, school classrooms, entrance areas to office blocks and any number of different applications where maximum light is required or an outdoor area that needs to be weather proof.

The grandest bespoke conservatories ever constructed were in the nineteenth century and were generally used for growing tropical or exotic plants. These structures were more often than not 'stand alone' glass and steel buildings and had to be expertly engineered to withstand snow and wind loading. There are still many functional bespoke conservatories, from that period, in use today.

Related Conservatory Guides

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