Conservatories & Orangeries

Conservatory and Orangery Design and Construction Services

Our Conservatories and Orangeries are the embodiment of style.

A conservatory or orangery designed and engineered by Sunspace Design can be the perfect embodiment of Victorian English class, traditional elegance, or contemporary minimalism. We’ve built high quality four season glass structures in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Southern New England since 1981. We’re eager to lend our expertise as you embark upon your conservatory or orangery design-build journey.

The differences between conservatories and orangeries are subtle. Victorian conservatories have traditionally been recognized for their distinctive designs and intricate roof patterns, but our team can design and engineer conservatories in virtually any style. The orangery typically utilizes less glass in the roof and walls and is commonly accented with a skylight or roof lantern to create a unique classical design. Increasingly popular in dining room and kitchen construction, the orangery provides more privacy than the conservatory as a result of these structural differences. Both conservatories and orangeries offer excellent views of the surrounding exterior environment.

Our approach from design to manufacturing to site construction allows us to provide our clients with four season glass conservatories and orangeries that achieve the perfect balance of performance and beauty. We utilize the very best windows and doors available to the market, and we combine these high quality materials with solid mahogany roof components that are custom-engineered by our in-house team. Because our process is efficient, we’re able to offer our products at a competitive price without sacrificing quality.

If you’re dreaming about an extension to your kitchen or dining area, or if you hope to create a room that provides a space for complete relaxation while capturing beautiful natural views, our exquisite conservatories and orangeries are the ideal choice.

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A Sunspace Design team member wearing protective gear and applying spray insulation to the stick frame walls of a new glass enclosure

Top Thermal Regulation for Four-Season Efficiency

New England’s climate ranges from hot and humid to frigid and dry. For that reason it’s crucial that new glass construction be designed and engineered to achieve great thermal and solar performance across all four seasons. Your new, custom engineered space’s glass selection will play an important role here. We’ll work with you to determine the best fit to achieve your objectives.

A polished wood table and adjacent seating area are positioned inside a large glass conservatory with elegant French doors and tall windows on all walls

Wide Selection of Window, Door, and Flooring Options

Each custom Sunspace Design glass enclosure can be further customized through window and door selection. We offer only the finest and most efficient offerings from America’s top manufacturers. Customizability extends to our range of flooring options as well. Glass spaces can be used for many purposes and we endeavor to strike the right balance of performance and beauty.

A large glass conservatory annexed directly to the interior space of a home with a spiraling staircase connecting three separate floors

Conservatories and Orangeries Offered in Every Style

The differences between orangeries and conservatories aren’t pronounced, and we’re capable of offering both structures (as well as hybrid structures that blend characteristics of both) in virtually any style. We pride ourselves on our ability to pair the architectural characteristics of the existing structure with your new glass space to ensure a seamless transition between old and new.

Conservatory and Orangery Project Gallery

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Featured New England Conservatory and Orangery Projects

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A modern conservatory space with tall windows and angular glass roof components separates the kitchen and living areas of an open concept floor plan

Modern Conservatory in Rye, NH

This elegant conservatory with clean, angular lines required the use of a concealed steel structure to allow for the bright, open concept desired by the client. The resulting glass space (used for dining) transmits beautiful, natural sunlight into the home’s kitchen and living spaces.

An elegant conservatory is annexed to the rear of a farm-style home in the backyard space adjacent to a winding river and stone tiled patio seating area

Riverside Conservatory in Cape Neddick, ME

This conservatory is located at the rear of the client’s home to allow for stunning views of the Cape Neddick River. Designed and constructed to pair seamlessly with the existing look of the home, the conservatory annexes directly to the kitchen of the residence for convenient access.

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