This house started as a larger version of Waverton House, but was developed to make use of the local materials and methods of construction of Essex: red brick, stucco and slate. The north front employs a Doric and Ionic superimposed Order; rusticated quoins and ingeniously spaced triglyphs and modillions are positioned on a Baroque front influenced by Borromini's work at the Barberini Palace, Rome. The architects Quinlan and Francis Terry LLP were responsible for the design and we delivered a clean modern interior whilst retaining period features.
with the help of Gemma and her team we created our ideal look at a fraction of the cost we had been quoted from london based companies
owner, merks hall
innovative thinking was required to maximise the potential by gaining the increased area needed to release this sites potential
Pinewood was my dream home and Gemma and her team did not let me down ! It is an amazing house to live in and the finish is superior, all my friends have house envy. It has also been a great investment for me and I have equity in the house now and a stunning home
owner, pinewood, professional football player