Your new living space

Your new living space


Conservatories

The style, use and design of conservatories have changed throughout the years. Traditionally found in the gardens of large houses or public parks used for growing exotic and rare plants conservatories are now designed to add extra living space to the existing house.

Many cities, especially those in colder climates and with large European populations, have built municipal conservatories to display tropical plants and hold flower displays. This type of conservatory was popular in the early nineteenth century, and by the end of the century people were also giving them a social use (e.g. tea parties). Conservatory architecture varies from typical Victorian glasshouses to modern styles, such as geodesic domes.

We design and build each conservatory to suit the architecture of the existing property to not only provide a bespoke addition you will want to live in but also something that will only enhance your home and add value.


Orangeries

Orangeries were originally used to house exotic plants and winter citrus fruits. These structures became more popular entertaining areas in the nineteenth century where Summer balls were often held.

Orangeries tend to have a small solid flat roof area allowing a glazed roof to sit within giving the structure a solid feel but allowing plenty of natural light in.

We design and build each conservatory to suit the architecture of the existing property to not only provide a bespoke addition you will want to live in but also something that will only enhance your home and add value.


Garden rooms

Garden rooms generally have a lot more traditional build and can incorporate tiled or slate roofs. By adding lots of glass to the sides this can bring lovely light and an airy additional room to any home.