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Bespoke Orangery with gothic arched windows

A orangery that reflects period details on the existing property

Case Study #4

A charming period property in Surrey, originally built with an interesting blend of Italianate and Gothic detail, has been sensitively designed into this splendid orangery addition.

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Whilst this beautiful house is brimming with style and detail, there remained a corner of the property that our clients felt rather plain and very much in need of architectural embellishment.

In addition, the idea of an orangery where the family could relax in a light-filled environment and enjoy splended views of the lawns and garden was a very attractive thought.

Finally, it was felt very important that any new addition reflected the spirit of the host building by incorporating Gothic arched heads to the windows, amongst other less obvious detail.

Project before picture
Conceptual watercolour drawing of this gothic arched orangery

Orangery has been painted in closest match to existing house windows.

Dimensions : 5.5m x 7.1m
Colour : Vale White (Exterior), Taylor Cream (Interior)
Framework incorporates a combination of square and arched shaped panels. Dentil moulding on the entablature is punctuated with corbel columns.

Folding doors in a three and two configuration allow a large part of the main elevation to open onto the terrace and lawn, whilst a pair of outward opening double doors lead to the outdoor dining area.

Bifold doors with single door open
Bifold doors half opened
Bifold doors fully open

Folding gothic arched doors allow the orangery to open up with uninterrupted views to an expansive open garden.

View from the garden of orangery with gothic arched windows

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