Reading Room by George King Architects

A Serene, Charred-Wood Library Punctuates a 17th-Century Home in England8 of 8

"Being up against the side of the hill gives the garden a lot of shelter and creates a warm microclimate," King says. "This allows a broad range of local species to flower alongside non-native species such as a lemon and olives trees in pots which can be brought into the Reading Room during the cooler months."