Article source: Ewan Cameron Architects
Ewan Cameron Architects have completed a new Guest Pavilion in the Kentish Weald near the village of Horsmonden.
The brief was to design a guest pavilion, comprising of 2 bedroom suites, that would sit adjacent to an Italianate orangery from 1860, on the grounds of Capel Manor House, an iconic modernist pavilion completed by Michael Manser in 1971. Both the main house and the new pavilion are spectacularly sited upon the raised, arcaded podium of a ruined Italianate mansion on a leafy estate that was the once the home of Jane Austen’s fore-bears.
- Architects: Ewan Cameron Architects
- Project: Capel Manor House Guest Pavilion
- Location: Horsmonden, Kent