An art working studio to a Grade II-listed building in Broad Chalke
Reddish House is a Grade II-listed building with a long history of artistic owners including Christopher 'Kit' Wood, Robert Fripp, Toyah Wilcox, and most famously, Cecil Beaton.
We were asked to add a working studio for the client - in which to experiment and create new works of art.
As such it will provide the foundation for an exciting new chapter in Reddish House's extraordinary creative story - entirely aligned with the narrative of its past while also opening up the potential of its future.
The studio's location, screened within the garden, will provide an ideal setting for both creative exploration and focused production.
It is ideally positioned to enable access via a contemplative walk through the garden from the house, with dedicated service, utility, and vehicle access from the rear of the property.