The client lives in a 1950’s detached house which had a gable style conservatory that was in need of updating. Their brief was to use the existing footprint and create a new, energy efficient, contemporary living space which was open plan to the rest of the home.

We designed a new, contemporary living space to replace the old conservatory including an extension featuring an orangery roof.

Inside, the extension features an insulated internal pelmet which adds a stunning feature to the room while also enhancing the energy efficiency and ensuring a warm, cosy room that can be enjoyed all year round.

From the outside, the old dwarf wall and French doors have made way for a huge picture window and contemporary sliding doors. Rendered in K-Rend with windows, doors and Classic Roof all finished in ever-popular anthracite grey and the result is a stunning, warm, modern new room.

We chose an Ultraframe construction because of the quality of the products. We had free reign with the design and they are over the moon with the finished result.

Justin Maunder, South Wales Orangeries