Morris & Company serves up vaulted timber restaurant

Morris & Company pavilion restaurant on the Wildernesse Estate 1

Architect also designed mews housing on Wildernesse Estate

Morris & Company has completed a pavilion-style cross-laminated timber restaurant on a retirement development in Kent.

The 2,100sq ft building, for later-living specialist PegasusLife, is intended to create a social heart for the same developer’s Wildernesse House scheme near Sevenoaks.

The grade II-listed Wildernesse Estate, which was home to the Royal London Society for Blind People for more than 60 years until 2013, has been restored by Purcell and converted into retirement accommodation.

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