Orangery Extension, Lancashire

We have recently completed a sympathetic extension to an 18th Century house in Lancashire. The original brief called for a conservatory to deal with an awkward and unused corner of the garden created from 20th Century additions to the house. However, with the strong architectural language of the 19th Century additions by locally famous architect George Webster of Kendal, we felt the house deserved an intervention of greater architectural quality.

Constructed using Haddonstone cast stone with profile moulds taken from the existing stone mullions to the dining room and a bespoke colour mix to harmonise with the original stone, the space provides a day room and informal dining area with a panoramic view towards the garden and fields beyond.