A series of new buildings and extensions using existing buildings as reference. Following the rustic style, the buildings also include contemporary sections as a balance.
Restoration With A New Pavilion
Elegant restoration of the original front section of this early 20th Century residence, combined with a sympathetic separate rear 2 storey pavilion, provides for a very comfortable balance of new and old with a clear delineation between the two sections. The rear pavilion is separated by a formal pond courtyard off the main dining room, whilst the lower level casual dining area within a conservatory area, opens to the rear garden. Whilst on a narrow site, each room has an outlook to beautifully manicured formal garden areas.
Conservation Area Contemporary
This early 20th Century residence is set within a Conservation Area. Whilst not of great significance in itself, the design intent was to set the old building within a contemporary setting – essentially wrapping the new around the old. From the new glazed entry door set adjacent to the original stone garden walls, the interiors are a set of coloured sculpted spaces leading to garden terraces on the upper levels. The original building form has been retained, whilst the internal planning has been modified to create living areas relating to the outside, and maximising natural light throughout.
The design of this country estate is based around the heritage listed 1912 residence by architect William Hardy Wilson. The project is an ongoing development of the property to include other sympathetic buildings and garden follies within a formal landscape. Each structure has been well considered relative to the style and philosophy of the original architect.
As part of a total renovation of this 1920’s building, the interiors are designed to reflect the style of the period. Using timber panelling, classical cornices, period lighting and built in cabinets and fireplace, the living areas open to a tiled conservatory uniting the interior and exterior designs. The design blends the detail of the 1920’s with an open plan functional layout.
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