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Shropshire Residence by Gregory Phillips Architects

Shropshire Residence is a project designed by Gregory Phillips Architects. This exemplary design in Shropshire consists of a 1200 sqm new-build contemporary detached family home set within an inspirational twenty-acre rural site. The concept was to allow the landscaping to blend and interact with the building, blurring their boundaries and rooting the building into its site. Photography by Mel Yates.

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Chiswick by Gregory Phillips Architects

This 6-bedroom Victorian home in West London has been given a contemporary update while preserving its period grandeur.
Gregory Phillips Interior Design were commissioned by their clients in Chiswick to create a luxurious and comfortable modern home that is both practical and beautiful.
Fluid relationships between the interior and exterior spaces are formed via vast sliding doors that open out onto the garden; the luxurious ranges of fabrics, natural stone and marble create layers of texture. Photography by Mel Yates.

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Totteridge House by Gregory Phillips Architects

Gregory Phillips Architects has designed and built a striking, contemporary, five bedroom family home in Totteridge. Sitting adjacent to its traditionally designed neighbours, in a sparse area on the edge of London and the Green Belt, this unequivocally contemporary home has replaced a dated bungalow, where the clients lived for many years. Photography by Mel Yates

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