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Orangery on a Georgian Home

Addition to a Georgian hall in Nottinghamshire is designed in three separate parts

Case Study #24

Glazed living room with lead covered roof to the left, dining room to centre with lead covered glazed lantern and fully glazed orangery to the right.

Picture before orangery extension

Our Client's Brief

Not all large properties will give their owners everything they wish for, as was the case with this beautiful Georgian hall, surrounded and overshadowed by established trees.

To the north wing was an unsightly 20th century extension which our clients wished to remove to make way for a contemporary orangery upgrade, which would help draw in more light throughout the year.

The resulting design is an excellent solution to their lighting considerations, and provides spacious new dining and lounge facilities for the whole family.

Dimensions : 17.3m x 6.5m
Colour : Wild Mink (Exterior), Wild Mink (Interior)
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Internal View of Georgian Orangery
View of internal orangery window

The main orangery pictured above provides expansive views of formal gardens to one side and kitchen gardens to the other.

From the orangery you enter the dining room with doors leading to a newly landscaped garden. A large rooflight brings additional light into the room.

Internal View of Georgian Orangery

View of the main orangery from the kitchen gardens. The room is of imposing stature and is constantly filled with light even though it is overshadowed by a gigantic cedar tree.

Folding doors to the lawns and less formal gardens open and welcome the outside in.

Full length panels allow for uninterrupted views and open on balance sliding sashes for additional ventilation.

View of internal orangery window
Georgian Garden Orangery

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