A great value, simple timber observatory with unbeatable performance. Sometimes, simple is best, and that’s certainly true here.
An unusual observatory designed for a steep slope with far-reaching views, this modular design provides ample room for a workshop and storage in its large warm room.
A unique observatory with a dual roll-off frame for visual balance. Featuring an extended roll-off frame, it’s technically possible for the roof to roll in either direction – but the primary purpose of the additional roll-off frame in this case was visual balance rather than functionality.
A simple but spacious observatory with a generous external decked area taking advantage of the space beneath the buttressed roll-off frame.
The Modular Observatory represents the first of our new, and revolutionary modular observatories. As built, it represents a spacious and simple 8×8′ (internal) observatory with a flap-down South wall and a rolling East wall – but it has the potential to do much more.
Sited in the Scottish Highlands, a location with an unforgiving climate but incredible skies, this exceptional observatory utilises the finest materials, cutting edge technology and of course, our tried-and-tested design DNA.
The Border Observatory is a 12×7′ observatory featuring an 8×7′ observatory and 4×7′ warm room, clad entirely in our standard tanalised shiplap cladding. This unique design features a rolling apex roof, which rolls off onto rails which join the observatory to the wall of the owner’s garage, whilst carrying the armoured power cable to the building.
The Slate Observatory is our first observatory to have…. you guessed it!….. a slate roof. Or rather a synthetic slate roof! Or rather, an electrically operated, hipped, synthetic slate roof! Phew!
A whimsical observatory in the trees, our treehouse observatory rises from a rhododendron patch to give wonderful, elevated views of the stars.
For the Larch Observatory, we adopted a reductionist approach to design at the request of the owner: simplicity would be key, with minimal external features, clean lines, perfect symmetry and even the roofline to be simplified with a level, square frame disguising the required slope.