design et al are delighted to announce that Hampton Conservatories has been shortlisted for Glasshouse Award in The International Design & Architecture Awards 2019.
This elegant, free-standing wedding venue, is completely unique in its location and the largest Orangery of its kind in the whole of the UK.
When presenting the brief to Hampton Conservatories, Haynes House owner Fleur, made it very clear that the new orangery’s primary function would be to host bespoke weddings and receptions. She required a means of separating the space to allow for different events but with the option to combine the two spaces when necessary.
Haynes House wanted to ensure that the building blended seamlessly with its surroundings while creating an elegant, light-filled and Palacious environment.
Fleur presented Hampton Conservatories with some reference pictures identifying key features she wanted to include in the project, such as the bi-folding doors. Hampton Conservatories’ in house design team took the brief on board and developed a scheme working closely with the Client to ensure her requirements and wishes were achieved in a tasteful, complementary manner.
This design worked well because it creates a light-filled space which allows itself to be opened to the beautifully landscaped gardens, giving guests the feeling that the wedding is taking place outdoors. It blends beautifully with the nature and landscaped surroundings, and balances the traditional style of the adjacent Hayne House with a more contemporary aesthetic.
This is a project that Hampton Conservatories and Haynes House are extremely proud of and is now a venue that has seen the beginning of countless marriages. Haynes House and Fleur are delighted with what Hampton Conservatories have created, and the venue has received countless accolades from patrons.