Cringleford Hall, Norfolk

Cringleford Hall is a Grade II listed Norfolk home, built predominantly in the 17th century. Our 21st century addition is a garden pavilion, replacing an unattractive modern conservatory and offering a more sensitive and contemporary presence. A new dining room and living area opens fully onto the garden through full height glazed doors, while a new solid timber floor and light decorative palette unites the original house and the extension. Old and new elements blend seamlessly and comfortably together, creating an entirely new relationship between the house and its large garden.


2014 NAA Craftsmanship Awards; Restoration. Commendation

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