LARMER TREE GARDENS, TOLLARD ROYAL

A new pavilion was constructed as an extension to the existing listed function room the style of the original timber framed corrugated building is reflected in the modern extension. Constructed using a steel frame cantileverd to ensure no loading was imposed upon the existing building at the abutments.

COMMERCIAL

SCOPE OF WORK

Set in the outstanding landscape of Cranborne Chase, the beautifully designed gardens of Larmer Tree were created by General Pitt Rivers in 1880. A new pavilion was constructed as an extension to the existing listed function room the style of the original timber framed corrugated building is reflected in the modern extension. Constructed using a steel frame cantileverd to ensure no loading was imposed upon the existing building at the abutments.

LOCATION
Tollard Royal, Wiltshire

ARCHITECT
Michael Lyons Architects

CONTRACT VALUE
£428k

EMPLOYER

Larmer Tree, Rushmore Estate Office, Tollard Royal. Salisbury, Wiltshire SP5 5PT

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