If you’ve ever been inside a house with a conservatory, you’ve likely witnessed the soft gravitation pulling everyone toward it, as if the house was tilted in that direction.
Classic Conservatory Design
While only three sets of doors open out onto the surrounding stone patio, others are identical – and continue the room’s tranquil rhythm.
At 21 feet wide, 28 feet long and nearly 20 feet high at the peak, the room is large (as conservatories go.) This custom conservatory is used as an informal garden room or tea room, its sense of style is unmistakable. Cozy rattan chairs and sofa with supple stuffing cogitate beneath baskets of flowering flora and potted palms. At the center of the homes entertainment, the conservatory softens the transition from indoors to out and encourages the passage between.
Inside, this tea room conservatory is separated from the main house by matching french doors. The Palladian highlight windows are motorized to allow flow-through-ventilation on cool summer eves.