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Case Study #9

An elegant family room sits alongside a small room used by the owners as a rear entrance to the house. These two spaces are defined by an internal screen.

Our client's had recognised that nothing compares to the atmosphere of a conservatory or orangery, and had therefore decided that the addition of a light-filled environment for dining and relaxing would have many sensory benefits.

They also needed an entrance porch coming off the rear of the house and directly into the kitchen, as they didnt want to have to walk through a new orangery to get into the house.

The resulting design provided an excellent solution and both rooms can be accessed via an internal single glazed dividing screen with a pair of doors.

A dual level bespoke orangery with rooflights in a london townhouse
Dimensions : 6.9m x 4.5m
Colour : Lighthouse (Exterior), Sugar Beet (Interior)

Classical room provides generous space for both relaxing and dining. The secret gutter to the perimeter of the glazed roof accommodates a sound system as well as downlighters.

A pair of doors to the south elevation open onto formal gardens whilst the main aspect facing east leads onto a spacious terrace

Traditional balanced sliding sash windows sit between decorative classical pilasters which are mirrored internally, and provide a recess for the fitting of side blinds.

The colour chosen both internally and externally was a close match to the existing house windows.

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