These photos of some of our recent projects will demonstrate the wide range of projects that we undertake – from small to large, from listed building to modern.
This is a sample of our work. Please contact us if you would like to see others, or if you wish to see a particular style or details that you do not see here.
Timber orangery with large structural posts and inset bronze windows. The lantern roof has cantilevered steel beams to create a clean look internally.
Decorative conservatory with sunburst celestral panels matching internal over door design details. The design includes a gabled projecting roof above the doors. The conservatory is constructed in a Listed garden designed by Capability Brown. Client comment – “The conservatory is wonderful and has given us a lovely space to enjoy the beauty of the garden.”
Two linked orangery extensions with a decorative brick upstand and stone capping. The glazed structures have created very light areas to the dining room and kitchen. During construction the existing kitchen was mainly kept in place while the works was carried out.
A replacement orangery to the former conservatory with full height sliding/folding doors. The quality of the work more than satisfied the client and we then constructed a breakfast room extension.
An in-fill orangery which included the removal of the existing extension to the dining room. Client comment – “ It's made a huge difference to our home.”
Decorative sunburst gable end conservatory which has been constructed below a newly built suspended first floor walk-in wardrobe which was also part of the project. The walk-in wardrobe is built on structural steels. Client comment.... “In the Christmas floods this was the only part of the house which was dry”
A replacement orangery adjacent to the lounge and constructed above a sunken bunker.
A modern bronze aluminium conservatory with large sliding doors opening onto a fourth floor garden roof terrace. The design was approved by the Kensington Planning Committee.
Fully glazed gable end garden room with a tiled roof and a raised decking walkway.
Corner orangery with internal full height opening linking to the kitchen and creating a large open planned space.
A decorative orangery that projects past the front of the building to capture the views of the rolling countryside. A new opening to the dining room was created at the same time.
An oak garden room with an open vaulted roof displaying the oak beams and linking to the kitchen with a new opening.
A highly decorative orangery with matching fenestration to the main building. The orangery structural pillars and base includes a heavy painted render.
Orangery extension abutting the kitchen extension with interconnecting roofs. Client comment – “The construction works was carried out efficiently and well on time with the end result creating a valuable space.”
Rear orangery extension along with a new pitched roof to the existing garage and front walk-in bay window.
A replacement conservatory with two colours and plant-on fenestration.