This interesting oak cartwheel gable conservatory in Ockham, Surrey, required a new tiled dormer gable to the rear, and a box gutter to the adjoining roof, to make sure it looked like part of the original building, rather than an appendage. The vertical bars in the fanlite openings, created empathy with the house windows, leaving the clear lower panes for an interrupted view of the garden

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