A unique design taking its cue from the little-known Crayford Observatory that combines roll-off walls with a full-height warm room.
A departure from our standard roll-off roof designs, this observatory incorporates a 3-section sliding roof from Observatorio Astronomico Creinfi
A publicly accessible roll-off roof observatory designed and built for the EU-funded EXPERIENCE project in Norfolk.
A roll-off roof observatory with rolling side to the East and a flap-down wall on the South side, resplendent in white HardiePlank cladding.
A compact and sturdy roll-off roof observatory designed to optimise sight lines to the South with a rolling side wall.
The first of our observatories to feature James Hardie’s HardiePlank cladding, the Portland Observatory was designed to melt into the corner of our customer’s garden, despite the choice of Boothbay Blue cladding.
The first of our modular observatories to feature a full-size warm room, the Summer Observatory doubles as a bright, comfortable art studio.
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The question of dome vs. roll-off roof observatory – which is best – has long been an argument with fierce advocates on both sides. For some, a gleaming white fibreglass dome is the very epitome of amateur astronomy – a glistening beacon that makes a clear statement to all who see her. For others, the subtlety of a roll-off observatory is what is required