Special construction techniques and materials
Our investment in innovation and research distinguishes us from competitors. Officina dei Giardini combines the know-how of our skilled staff with cutting-edge construction techniques, including nanotechnology for thermal, laser systems and composite materials for thermal insulation and thermal break steel profile – designed and produced by us and the only one on the market.
Over the last 20 years, Officina dei Giardini has designed and produced more than 1,200 unique conservatories (all signed and numbered). Each one combines cutting-edge construction techniques, an accurate study of local climate and energy performance, a comprehensive knowledge of architectural options and the best materials to use according to climactic conditions and planning construction regulations so as to create a space where you can relax in comfort any time of the year anywhere in the world.
Thermal breaks: thinner, lighter and more elegant ironwork
The ironwork used by Officina dei Giardini is thinner than in the past, giving each structure a more streamlined and lighter look.
Historical building designs are reinterpreted using solid iron profiles, or iron profiles created using technologically advanced thermal breaks, to guarantee the highest standards of thermal and mechanical resistance.
INRIM acoustic standards
The aim of the R&D department at L’Officina dei Giardini has always been that of constantly innovating and improving the quality and design of its creations. In 2016, we invested a considerable sum to produce a high-performance, soundproofed conservatory that maintained the same aesthetic lightness and beauty typical of its early profiles and windows. The result was awarded INRIM certification (National Institute of Metrological Research) for the reduction of sound transmission.
To achieve this result L’Officine dei Giardini’s research team availed itself of an external consultancy of specialized professionals who collaborated with us to achieve a delicate balance of static, acoustic and thermal performance and architectural harmony of the finished structure.
Special glass for all uses
The glass chosen by Officina dei Giardini combines all those features required by the client to ensure a perfect level of comfort in any climate throughout the year.
To guarantee satisfaction we use laminated glass, tempered glass, low emission glass, thermal- or acoustic-insulated glass, extra clear glass, sandblasted glass or, for a more artistic effect, stained or leadlight glass with fired colours.
A combination of these features are selected and incorporated into the final construction based on the performance requirements of the project.
Doors and windows
Doors and windows can be single or double, and wasistas manually or automatically operated.
To guarantee the most reliable form of protection and the highest performance in extreme conditions, all the metals used in our constructions are subjected to five different treatments: blasting, galvanizing, one coat of a two component epoxy primer and two layers of polyurethane paint.
Made-to-measure furniture and accessories
Our workshop in Turin designs and produces sofas, armchairs, chairs, tables, vases, lanterns, trellis and other furniture and accessories for conservatories. Here the ‘Made in Italy’ tradition of art and craftsmanship is kept alive right down to the finest details.
The 2,000 m2 Officina dei Giardini production site in Turin is big enough to pre-assemble and house large constructions.
Conservatories and other constructions can be put together here in order to be able to follow the development of a project day by day, test its functionality and performance, and lastly present it to the client before delivery.
Hand-crafted in Italy
Officina dei Giardini employees who create and assemble the constructions in our workshop as well as members of the teams responsible for constructing them on site have been specially trained to work in any part of the world.
Designed by Officina dei Giardini, the ‘OdG Evolution’ thermal break, iron profiles bring together excellent thermal performance with the aesthetic character of the original profiles used in the 19th century