Set within a 500-acre private estate in Surrey, this extensive project included the full estate regeneration, restoration, and extension to the mansion house that ADAM Architecture designed in 2004. Acting as the estate architect for the new owners, the entire estate portfolio was restored including the five gate lodges, 20,000sq ft stable block, 10,000sq ft estate office, various lake side follies and the construction of new ancillary buildings being a tennis pavilion and summer house.
The extension to the mansion house included its full restoration and the construction of two new wings. The type and scale of the wings are typical of several historic country houses, including Bryanston House, Hackwood Park House, Kenwood House, and Castle Howard. Constructed in natural stone, the wings are designed to sit harmoniously with the original, and provide ancillary accommodation. This includes a guest wing and a pool wing.
Throughout the project we worked closely with Sibyl Colefax and John Fowler on the interiors and with Colvin & Moggridge on the landscape design. The project has been built by Size Group Limited who built the original mansion house for the previous owner.