Orangery at Harvard University
Case Study Details
This impressive large orangery houses the member’s club and restaurant at one of America’s leading institutions, Harvard University. The glazing style, panel details and dental moulding pick up and enhance those within the main building. While timber pilasters and applied lead on the clerestory glazing provide subtle decorative features. This orangery is painted in Brilliant White to show off the conventional element and replicate the style of this prestigious university. It was important for Hampton Conservatories to keep the traditional and reputable aesthetic in this classical style.
The orangery framework was engineered in order to comply with Boston’s earthquake regulations, incorporating over 30 tonnes of steel., showcasing our geographical industry expertise. Wherever in the world you may be, we can design and construct your project within the local regulations.
This award-winning pool enclosure was designed and manufactured by Hamptons, with curved glass to replicate the detail of two mid-19th century glasshouses on the property.
Tucked away near the beautiful Connemara town of Letterfrack, just fifteen kilometres from the buzzing town of Clifden, the Manor has been discreetly converted into a first-class hotel with the help of a Victorian style Hampton conservatory.