Bishops Avenue is known as one of the most exclusive addresses in the UK.
The property was undergoing a complete house and garden refurbishment designed by Farrer Huxley associates, which included an underground spa and gym facility. The roof garden needed to deliver the highest quality contemporary design to accompany a water feature, hard landscape and planting.
Branson Leisure manufactured a vent housing and two pergolas in weather-resistant iroko for the garden area.
The vent housing was situated above the underground spa, on the upper terrace. It was styled with flush joints, to fit in with the contemporary aesthetic of the project and included a removable panel to allow maintenance access. It was also designed to be watertight, to protect the equipment housed inside.
The pergolas needed to have clean lines and flush joints, with a half-lapped middle section specified by the architect. They were made in 6" / 152mm square iroko, which was sourced by Branson in an uncommon size.
Branson designed the pergolas from rough drawings by Farrar Huxley.
The products Branson Leisure provided matched the simple detailing required by the project.