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Bespoke ConservatoriesA bespoke conservatory is tailored to suit the needs of the home owner. Just like the P-shaped and the T-shaped conservatory, bespoke conservatories are designed by combining classic styles like Victorian, Edwardian, etc, to create the definitive conservatory extension to your home. One thing to be kept in mind when planning and designing the bespoke conservatory is that unlike other conservatories, bespoke conservatories are designed from the top down. This means that the design starts by incorporating the different styles of conservatory roofs available. You cannot just map out a floor plan and hope that the different roof structures will easily fit in.

The most magnificent and imposing bespoke conservatories ever built were during the nineteenth century and they were typically used to grow tropical or exotic plants. These majestic bespoke conservatories were usually 'stand-alone' structures and were constructed out of glass and steel. They were perfectly engineered and were able to snow and wind loading. As a testament to their engineering prowess, many of the bespoke conservatories of that era are fully functional and are still being used today.

Since there are so many designs and styles of conservatories and roofs, there are several combinations which can be united to create a bespoke conservatory. A bespoke conservatory is usually a lot larger than an average conservatory because the design may incorporate two, three or maybe even four different styles of conservatories.

Bespoke conservatories are very common in commercial properties. There, they are more commonly thought of 'glass structures' instead of conservatories. The most common need for such commercial conservatories is usually as walkways between buildings, as entrances to areas to office blocks and any other such areas where an enclosed, but well lit area is required. It can also be used as a weatherproof outdoor area.

Private home owners can use bespoke conservatories for many uses like dining rooms, studios, extension to rooms, or even its traditional usage as a conservatory, for housing plants.

Since each bespoke conservatory is designed according you your specifications, there are almost no restrictions on the construction of the building. While this means that the conservatory will be very unique, it unfortunately also means that there are no standard parts used in its construction; each aluminium piece is especially fabricated and designed by architects and engineers and each pane of glass is precisely cut to match the unique frame of the bespoke conservatory.

An addition of a bespoke conservatory can be used to create a beautiful room with warmth, light and a large space which can be used to create a very large and airy kitchen, dining room or a sun lounge. With a bespoke conservatory, architects are finally allowed to have the freedom to design structures which can match the ambitious needs of the clients.