The Georgian model of conservatory derived as inspired from Classical European design is of a nature of the major state-of-art structure of the craftsmen. the Georgian/Edwardian conservatory can be identified by its straight lines making it square or rectangle in shape, which leads to the maximum use of internal space. On top of that, Edwardian conservatory has usually a three sided roof allowing extra headroom and maximum lighting into the conservatory. As in the case of Victorian style, conventional roof ornamenting accessories can be added to the ridges which formed on top of the roof.

Although the Georgian Conservatory was first introduced in 18th and early 19th centuries, it suits both old and new homes and its shape is ideal for the planning of dining or living areas.


Some features:

a) It has a roof of thermal feature and an integrated stream system.

b) Inner and outer covering may be different.

c) Application of any heat-controlled and sunlight-controlled glasses is possible.

d) Roof system is completely in load-bearing steel structure.

e) There  are safety mechanisms against thievery as well as safe and lockable handle alternatives.

f)  There are options for any kinds of tilt & turn, sliding and bi-fold windows or doors.

g) It is composed of fully-insulated roofing and framing systems.

h) Due to the design of the roof, traditional roof decoration accessories can be added to the spaces formed at the top.