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The clients home.

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The stone detail can be seen surrounding this window.

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Our first Watercolour to illustrate the design.

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Watercolour of the Orangery Side.

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This grid provided natural light to the cellar below.

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Original Minton Floor tiles.

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A Quoin to the window, this detail and the stone cill was reproduced in the Orangery.

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The stone surround windows are a fine feature of the house.

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A new section of stone cill in position to the Orangery base.

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The Orangery Base is now moving ahead, the bathroom and kitchen construction to the rear can be seen.

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The Orangery frames are set onto the stone cills.

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Frames all in position.

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The Orangery fascia is now in place

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The Orangery Warm-Roof and lantern is complete - just in time for the frosty weather!

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This image from the garden below shows the Quoins in place.

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An elegant and beautiful light room with the coloured glass leading to the Clerestory Lantern adding to the detail.

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Our client kindly agreed to be interviewed for the short video you may have viewed at the Home page.

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The cameraman sets the shot.

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Now to enjoy some music!

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The evening light begins to fade in the new Orangery.