Walled Garden

Our proposals include the replacement of a small north-facing stable block with a new contemporary dwelling inside a Grade II Listed walled garden.

The design draws reference from the types of structures historically seen within walled gardens, it was crucial that the new dwelling enhanced the existing walled garden.

This was achieved by understanding the space inside the walled garden and ensuring that these qualities are retained. Hence the building hugs, but doesn't touch or impose itself upon the walled garden.

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Planning Approval

The planning application for this unique new build was granted by Wealden DC in 2014.

Project Details

Consent  
2014 Wealden DC

Designated Area  
Historic Garden

Project Type  
New Build

Floorspace & Cost  
170m² - £1800 psm

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Exterior of Walled garden, an energy efficient, self-built pavilion building, constructed inside the walls of a grade II listed walled garden and designed by Hawkes Architecture.
Exterior cladding on Walled garden, an energy efficient, self-built pavilion building, constructed inside the walls of a grade II listed walled garden and designed by Hawkes Architecture.
Plan drawings of Walled garden, an energy efficient, self-built pavilion building, constructed inside the walls of a grade II listed walled garden and designed by Hawkes Architecture.
Exterior window detail of Walled garden, an energy efficient, self-built pavilion building, constructed inside the walls of a grade II listed walled garden and designed by Hawkes Architecture.