Traditional Timber Orangery on a Country House

A timber orangery style kitchen and dining extension on a flint and brick, barn style property near, Brighton

A 17th Century, Grade II Listed, Manor House in rural West Sussex. The original conservatory was constructed in 1928. A glorious edifice in its time but sadly dilapidated over the 90 years of its existence.

The client has a young family and wanted to replace the conservatory with a traditional orangery that would complement the house, expand the footprint of the existing dining and kitchen area and provide a high degree of all year round comfort.

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The proposed 3D visual of the orangery. Our extensive experience enabled us to come up with an impactful and cost-efficient solution for our customers.
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The tall, sliding sash windows enabled us to maintain the height of the interior rooms, whilst the substantial roof lantern brought natural light to enhance the abundance of space.
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An outstanding addition to a charming property, to be enjoyed for generations to come.

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