Hampshire Georgian House
Restoring a sense of balance.
This Grade II Listed house in Hampshire dates from the late eighteenth century but in the 1930s it was altered and left incomplete. With extensive historic research we emulated the original composition and restored a sense of balance to the property. We reconstructed various aspects of the building and built a new library on the site of the original Victorian morning room. An upper storey was also reconstructed over the drawing room, with a matching symmetrical wing to the west. Each has a simple pediment with a Tuscan modillion cornice in the Regency spirit.
Type of building
Grade II Listed
Type of work
Extension, Refurbishment and Swimming Pool Summer House
RIBA Downland Prize
Commendation in the Georgian Group Architectural Awards
The summerhouse was the overall winner of the RIBA Downland Prize and received a commendation in the Georgian Group Architectural Awards.