Architect Gregory Phillips connected the original house to a new modern extension that doesn’t interfere with the surrounding houses. “I try to be true to the location,” he explains, “so it doesn’t seem like some spaceship has landed.” Photo by Richard Powers.
Architect Gregory Phillips created an airy addition for a Victorian just outside London, which opens out onto a decidedly nontraditional English garden—a large lawn bordered by exotic palms, bamboos, ferns, and other flamboyant foliage.
CONTEMPORARY HOUSE RENOVATION AND EXTENSION CROUCH END NORTH LONDON New aluminium sliding folding doors span the full width of the garden extension and a structural glass fixed rooflight also spanning across the extension both combine to maximise daylight within the newly created kitchen and dining area connecting the space seamlessly to the garden when doors are opened fully. London Architects and Interior Designers www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk