The owner of this simple but robust grade two listed Welsh village house asked us to deign and build a large orangerie and working greenhouse, both having easy access from the house.

The cast iron semi-circular windows are a very distinctive feature of the house, so we took a sample and had it reproduced in iron.

The stonework on the house, mined from a long closed local quarry, has a singular texture. We took a silicone rubber mould from the walls and cast the masonry in matching faux stone material. With time the new building will blend with the original

ORANGERIES,  COSERVATORIES,  ROOFLIGHTS,  EXTENSIONS,  KITCHENS, DOORS, WINDOWS, STAIRCASES, FURNITURE.

 

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