The lines of this conservatory are immediately softened by introducing angled facets to the corners making it much more interesting to the eye and a nod to a more traditional appearance.
The trade off of course for this feature that must be borne in mind is the loss of useable floor area which is the compromise. For this reason it lends itself to a larger footprint and it is therefore not recommended that this style be less than 3.6m x 3.6m in size.
One way to have the angled feature without too much loss of floor area is to ‘stretch’ the centre section to 3 or 4 panels.
Although a brick base wall is most peoples preference a contemporary twist is to go ‘glass to ground’ as seen in the image above.