Pergola’s attached to your dwelling
This relative simple sun screen styled pergola is located on the western side of an East Brighton bayside home in Melbourne. On what was a “hot side of dwelling” the slatted pergola was incorporated into a long structure to outdoor paved area. Being filtered light ensured home during the winter would not be too shaded or dark.
With a louver roof located down one end to provide shelter from rain plus light upon demand. This benefit from louver roofs to be “opened or closed” when required. The louvers also providing a similar slatted appearance (when open) but with verandah roof protection for rain when closed.
The extended pergola structure featuring the partially slatted pergola. This area was designed to provide filtered shade to dwelling walls and windows to “cool” the house on hot summer days plus a wonderful ambience to area.
“This pergola and verandah project was designed and constructed by Totally Outdoors used extremely durable merbau hardwood timber for frame and slat’s to provide sensational visual appeal and performance. Another design feature is the extended design of an open frame beyond the slats portion to create space rather than crowd the walkway to external sitting area.”
Mixing up your outdoor area with varied types of covering is just another thought when planning your outdoor area.
The Project Centre assisted with design and provided plans and permits for this project. Contact us when requiring professional design outcome’s and permits for your outdoor area.