Grade II Listed House Refurbishment & Gardens
PROJECTS / Private Residential
In 2012 we were commissioned to refurbish parts of a Grade II listed house and gardens.
Internally, we designed and project managed the interior refurbishment of each room. Work included the design of a sculptural balustrade made from the interweaving of brass, polished stainless steel and brushed stainless steel which took over 900 hours to fabricate.
Work in the gardens involved the restoration of waterways, mill leat and new garden bridges within a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The project also involved the extensive removal of non-indigenous tree and plant species, and new planting to create a natural wetland area which is home to otters and a fish farm.
We provided a full architectural service for the client through the design and management of the project, ensuring it was delivered on time and on budget.
‘We hired Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt as they were the only architects that fulfilled our requirements as a full service architectural practice. Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt delivered on the work, managing the total project that included landscape issues, successfully dealing with with Natural England and waterways issues, as well as, delivering on interior design work. We have developed a very high regard for how Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt has managed and delivered the project, much beyond our, already high expectations.’
Richard Hayashi, Client’s Representative.
|Service||Full Architectural, Interior Design & Project Management|
|Photography||Hufton + Crow. Images: 1, 3 & 4|
|Photography||Craig Sheppard. Images: 2 & 5|