Plovers Hill Orangery

The glass orangery almost dissolves between the existing outbuildings of a Georgian farmhouse as both a winter home for a collection of citrus trees, and as a summer reception room. The glass elevation and carefully placed windows allow the building to embrace the landscape and frame controlled views between the main garden and courtyard. The project evolved in close collaboration with local craftsmen and specialist glaziers. The cedar panelling exploits its characteristic tolerance of moisture, and negotiates between the living areas of the main house and the functional quality of the glasshouse.
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