Thames Quay is a project designed by Gregory Phillips Architect.
The interiors of this apartment beautifully represent a restrained and sophisticated architectural palette. The clean and contemporary lines allow for subtle yet contrasting finishes and textures whilst creating a fluidity of space.
In order to maximize the space and light, Gregory Phillips Architects employed space-saving tactics such as walls of storage and the use of stream-lined materials to create crisp, clean-lined and uncluttered spaces. Cleverly concealed energy-efficient lighting has been integrated within the furniture and joinery as well as the use of a mirrored splash-back to the kitchen also makes the space seem larger.
Meanwhile, polished plaster creates a textured effect which contrasts beautifully with the flush, sleek finish of the timber in-built cabinetry and the clean lines of the kitchen.
Photos by Andrew Beesley