The ecological benefits of garden studios
At the heart of the eco-responsible trend, garden studios are much more than just an aesthetic addition to your outdoor space. They embody a true symbiosis between habitat and environment, combining comfort, functionality and respect for nature. Here are five ecological advantages of these innovative structures:
1. 100% wood design for a low carbon footprint
Wood is a renewable resource, and requires less energy to process than other building materials. What’s more, wood is biodegradable, making it an environmentally-friendly choice.
A modular and demountable design, thanks in particular to mechanical fixings, allows you to take a circular approach, both in terms of reusing materials and giving your garden studio a second life.
2. Reduces travel-related CO2 emissions
The trend towards hybrid working is becoming widespread in most occupations. By offering a space to work from home, garden studios reduce the need to travel, thereby cutting transport-related CO2 emissions.
3. Green roof for better insulation
A green roof increases the insulation of the garden studio, reducing the need for heating and air conditioning and cutting your energy consumption. It also preserves biodiversity by providing a habitat for insects and birds.
4. Harmonious integration into the environment
Thanks to their wooden structure, garden studios blend naturally into their environment, limiting visual impact and encouraging biodiversity.
What’s more, installing the foundation screws means you don’t have to pour a concrete slab, so you can keep the ground clean even the day you decide to move your garden studio.
5. Promotes well-being and beauty
The presence of wood, the view over the garden and the natural surroundings encourage well-being and concentration. As well as being environmentally friendly, these garden studios are aesthetically pleasing and require very little maintenance.