This extension to a listed house was perceived as a garden pavilion, slightly separated, yet still connected to the existing house. It provides an informal family area for sitting and dining, as well as a utility room and garden storage. It is a composition of simple elements: a reconstructed garden wall, three timber boxes and a curved plate roof canopy to bridge the space between. The largest of the three boxes contains an inglenook where the family can sit snugly round a stove, contrasting with the light and open living space between the elements.
Client : Private Client
Contractor : Inscape Joinery
Structural Engineer : David Narro Associates
Quantity Surveyor : Morham & Brotchie