Project Description

Upper Phillimore Gardens

Location: Kensington, London
Year: 2004
Client: Mr & Mrs R. Sharp
Value: £5m

This interesting 1930’s house on the Phillimore Estate was designed by Grey Wornum, the designer of the RIBA Headquarters building in Portland Place W1. It was a stripped classical building modified by modernist taste. A good example of the restrained excellence appreciated at the time.

The whole house has been transformed from a rather modest understated property to one of the most highly desirable, complete and unique houses in London. The project took two years to complete from start to finish. During that time we achieved a favourable planning consent for the alterations, and detailed the highly refined interior that was developed and designed in conjunction with the renowned Interior Designer Veere Greeney.

Upper Phillimore Gardens features in our publication 25 Projects, celebrating our first 25 years of practice from 1992 to 2017. Find out more and read the book on our website here.

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