克蘭登公園。國民信託基金揭示了被火燒毀的房屋的 "裸露 "設計
這些房間將以其 "裸露 "的狀態進行保護和策劃，只有一個空間倖存下來，即議長會客廳。
現在，詳細的設計將由Allies and Morrison公司制定，用於規劃和法定審批，同時對磚石外殼進行保護和修復。
Plans have been revealed for the rebuild of a historic house which was gutted by a fire.
The National Trust said the new design of Clandon Park will offer visitors an X-ray view of how it was made.
Most of the interior will be conserved in its fire-damaged state, the trust said, with suspended walkways and platforms for visitors.
The design responds to the "evocative spaces created by the fire", the most devastating in its history, it added.
Architects Allies and Morrison developed the plans after they were selected in a competitive process in 2017.
However, the trust said it had moved on from a previous idea to restore some ground floor rooms.
The rooms will instead be conserved and curated in their "laid-bare" condition, except one space that survived, the Speakers' Parlour.
Senior curator Sophie Chessum said: "The fire at Clandon stripped most of the house completely bare, leaving only fragments of decoration.
"It would be less a case of restoration than of complete modern replication and we have concluded this wouldn't be the right approach."
The external walls and windows of the house are being restored however, with work underway, the trust said.
Meanwhile, a new roof with public terraces and lights will give views down into the house and across the countryside.
The house will have a new lease of life with events and displays, including exhibitions of collections which were saved in the fire, the trust said.
Detailed designs will now be developed by Allies and Morrison for planning and statutory approvals, while conservation and repair of the brick and stone shell takes place.