Templeman Design have been appointed to provide a new garden room to a listed building dated 1733; complete with coursed galletted carstone with brick dressings and eaves course; pantiles, gable, and parapets.
The purpose of the proposed garden room is to replace the existing upvc conservatory which is inappropriate for the setting of the listed building. The proposed includes a boot room and lobby to connect the existing property with the existing single storey barn. The proposed sun lounge has been designed in response to characteristics of the sites vernacular and heritage setting. Architectural detailing and mouldings to the West elevation has been characterised with particular elements, such as the rounded bars over the external doors to respond to the arched window serving the existing staircase. A coursed galletted carstone elevation with brick dressings and dental verge have been introduced on the North Elevation to provide cohesion between the new and old, adding further depth to the architectural interest of the property. The roof will be provided with Norfolk pantiles to reflect the existing materials used throughout the site.