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St. Michael’s Manor Hotel is a Grade II* listed building, owned and run as a hotel by the Newling-Ward family since 1965. The brief was to design a space that would integrate the interior dining area with a new orangery by opening the external wall and extending the dining room by an extra two and a half metres. There was an existing ‘Machin style’ conservatory, which the client wanted removed replaced by a larger structure with proper insulation and that was more sympathetic to the host building.
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