Yew Tree House, Gloucestershire
The house is a typical example of early Victorian Cotswold construction with later extensions in the late 19th Century and 20th Century additions.
The purpose of the extension was to provide a dedicated dining area linked to the kitchen with a design that was developed to avoid any significant alterations to the fabric of the existing house and loss of heritage assets. The extension was designed to appear as a separate, free-standing, pavilion reflecting contemporary architecture.
The extension was built using a glazed system of powder coated metal transoms and mullions with clear double-glazed units with a flat roof. Neutral colours were used to match or compliment the natural colours of the house. The small stone wall section of the extension will be built to match the 20th Century extension on the north elevation.