Edwardian Loggia in Winslow

Edwardian Loggia in Winslow

Edwardian Loggia in Winslow
Edwardian Loggia in Winslow
Edwardian Loggia in Winslow

Project Overview

  • Location: Winslow, Buckinghamshire
  • Project Tags: Traditional, Bi-Folding Doors
  • Customer: Mr & Mrs Mellick

Mr & Mrs Mellick came to Crendon Conservatories in late 2014 looking for a spacious living space to the rear of the house in order to make the most of their garden area.

Following a consultation with our team, the Mellicks decided to opt for a large Loggia style conservatory with four-part aluminium bi-folding doors.

The Loggia style gives the finished product a real orangery-esque feel. Its large corner columns and cornicing along the roof give a perfect balance between traditional and modern styling, whilst also giving it a solid feel, especially when paired with a brickwork base.

The conservatory also contains elements of a Livin Room, This consists of a regular Ultraframe roof but also uses internal plastered framework, giving the conservatory a perimeter ceiling all the way around the roof. Again, this maintains the structurally solid feel of the build whilst also allowing for maximum light to enter the property.

The following team members worked on this project

Richard Warner: Project Management
Peter Golding: Sales Management
Sam Morgan & Michael Moriarty: Plastering and Finishing
Jay Cooper & Ash Anderson: Installation of Frames and Roof
Les Warner, Matt Wakelin & Ian Warner: Base Preparation and Build
Barry Smith: Electric