Chiswick House and Gardens

Burlington Lane, London, 2009

Chiswick House and Grounds in West London is an inter­na­tionally significant landscape comprising numerous buildings and garden structures dating from the construction of the site by Lord Burlington in 1729.

The conser­vation and regen­er­ation of Chiswick House Gardens is one of the biggest and most ambitious garden restoration projects undertaken in UK, which was been made possible with a major National Lottery Heritage Fund grant.

As part of the design team since the inception of the regen­er­ation initiative we were appointed for the conser­vation of all the building structures within the Garden including the Grade I Listed Conservatory.

We worked with a wider design team that carried out carried out the landscape and new cafe designs

The garden structures and statuary have been fully consol­idated and repaired to prevent further deteri­or­ation. These include the Ionic Temple, the Inigo Jones Gate and the Deer House.

Client: English Heritage

Filed to: Heritage, Public Realm

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