A new summerhouse that stands in the grounds of a Grade II* Listed house, adjoining a walled garden where an eighteenth-century orangery once stood. The building is based on a Palladian Doric Order, adapted and simplified for the use of brick as the principal material. Every type of bond is used, each variation used to distinguish different architectural elements. In this way, the building suggests a giant apprentice piece, produced to demonstrate the skill of the bricklayer. The finished project is an unusual example of high-quality craftsmanship using traditional methods and materials.