The Roof Lantern as part of an Orangery Roof
Darren Collins | 11th May 2017
The delicately framed conservatory so popular ten to fifteen years ago, has now evolved into the more sophisticated and substantially framed orangery. Progress in this evolution has resulted in the resurgence in fashion for single storey extensions; the principal feature of which will almost certainly be a roof lantern.
These orangery roofs are typically supported off a cantilevered integral guttering assembly or flat roof construction. It is this detail which has become the primary focus in designing orangeries within the contemporary conservatory market.
An orangery roof placed to define a particular function within a space; a kitchen island for example, or dining area within an open-plan kitchen/diner; if beautifully designed and built will truly make the orangery.
An orangery roof in the form of a rectangular roof lantern above a kitchen island.
A stunning orangery featuring a rectangular roof lantern as part of the orangery roof.
A roof lantern perfectly defines a dining area in an elegant orangery in London.
A roof lantern centres perfectly on the principal elevation of a masonry orangery.
An orangery roof as seen from inside flooding natural light into a kitchen area.
A rectangular roof lantern defines a sitting area in a pretty orangery extension.
We are pleased to give advice and guidence on the size and design of a roof lantern for your orangery project. We have offer both made to measure roof lanterns or you can choose from a wide range of set sizes from The Collection.