Timber-vaulted, metal-skinned restaurant pavilion, a new shared dining space for the Wildernesse Estate retirement community.

Pegasus Life
Sevenoaks, Kent
£1.9 million

  • On site of 19th century conservatory and kitchen garden
  • Transparent quality of traditional glasshouse or orangery
  • Timber vaults sit on a grid of columns, with arches defining large glazed openings
  • Central elevated lantern houses an open kitchen
  • Minimal repeated elements for ease of construction

Client: Pegasus Life
Structural Engineer: Peter Brett Associates
Environmental Engineer: Max Fordham
CLT Subcontractor: Eurban

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Roof is taking shape Down in Sevenoaks
Development of frame options
Back on site
Construction Well under way for the restaurant
Sweeping views Over the beautiful greenbelt
Model making
Arches For Wildernesse restaurant interior roof.
Frame sketches
Restaurant roof Sketching options
Reference sketches

Wildernesse Restaurant