Marston & Langinger by Alitex

M&L by Alitex

For years, under the eye of founder Peter Marston, Marston & Langinger developed stunning double glazed structures from conservatories and orangeries to garden rooms in wood. Motivated by enthusiastic passion and joy for interior design, architecture and enhancing beautiful gardens. 

Alitex acquired Marston & Langinger in 2015 to secure the future of the brand and initiate a slight change in its direction. In recent months we have had time to really reflect on the past 5 years with Marston & Langinger and what we do best. Reassessing our strengths and successes, we feel strongly that our future lies in the creation of large bespoke buildings. 

Marston & Langinger by Alitex brings together this established architectural prestige with design and engineering expertise to create large specialist glasshouses for private and public sites. The skill in intricate, complex and technical design solutions gives past and future clients the assurance that we build single and double glazed spaces in enduring aluminium to the highest level of quality. 

Delivering beautiful structures on a global scale, Marston & Langinger by Alitex have years of experience working with world-renowned architects, designers, sensitive sites and listed buildings. 

As ever, all structures are designed and manufactured here in the UK, at our show site, Torberry Farm. Marston & Langinger by Alitex can offer whatever you want from a wide spectrum of colours, from classic shades of white through to muted greens, greys and browns, inspired by our home set in the South Downs. Your choice is almost limitless.

Marston & Langinger by Alitex are able to push the boundaries of design and engineering; creating some of the largest and most intricate glasshouses, garden rooms and conservatories.  

From a restoration project at Fulham Palace, to a large bespoke glasshouse at Lime Wood Hotel, discover previous projects and how Marston & Langinger by Alitex can aid you in your vision. Find out more on their website.  


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