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Relationship between the historic fabricof the brick orangery andcontemporary new build fabric of the offices



“An exemplary example of constructive conservation”

The Orangery is an important listed building in a difficult location where vandalism is a significant problem. Following extensive discussions with the local authority and English Heritage we secured planning consent for a bold modern extension housing nine office units which give the historic structure a sustainable use for the future.


At the re-opening ceremony, Nigel Barker, EH Planning and Conservation director for London, described the project as “an exemplary example of constructive conservation”.

Steel luovres provide solar shading to the expanse of glass on the southern elevation, casting intricate shading patterns to create depth
The extension at Eltham Orangery provides nine office units securing thesustainability of the historic buildings future
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