The addition of an orangery to this listed Town House is Oxfordshire required the designer to be sympathetic to existing architecture and town planning regulations.
This orangery was designed carefully alongside additional extension work and remodelling being undertaken. All had to ensure consent was granted by authorities. Only with extensive understanding of the system and architecture can this be achieved successfully.
This new room opens the rear of the house adding a family space that has become the centre of life. Relaxing, cooking and entertaining all take place in a space filled with light, allowing mum to be watchful of young children in the garden.
Size: 6m x 5m ( 30m² )
Lantern: 3.3m x 2.4m
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