Gregory Phillips Architects & Interior Design

Gregory Phillips Architects is a team of highly creative and dedicated architects and interior designers. Established in 1991, they provide a unique holistic and professional approach to residential design, which has produced many award-winning projects.
Featured Project: Alan Road Wimbledon is an innovative modern extension including frameless glass facades, 'floating beams' and an external reflecting pool. The extension to the traditional detached 6000 sq ft house incorporates a contemporary garden design creating unique indoor-outdoor living space.

The project was a finalist in the Grand Design Awards and RIBA Awards.

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Corallo Fuorisalone Tramway

Salone del Mobile, is the historic international furniture and design fair that is the largest and most prominent of its kind. Between Milan Salone Design installation exhibitions, collaborations, projects, numerous satellite fairs, launches, debuts, panels, parties, talks and more, it can be hard to fit it all into a blog which is why I am providing ongoing coverage of the best in Milan.  Keep your eye on my page for more posts and updates. 
Departure from Piazza Castello through the Brera district in a streetcar dressed for the occasion, plunged its passengers on a journey back in time. The historic traveling cinematographic tramway was designed with the charm of the twentieth century. This dream experience entitled "Corallo", is deeply rooted in the Milanese identity and its traditions.  The current reinterpretation was straight out of the imagination of the designer Cristina Celestino and her collaboration with renowned Italian houses.  Inspired by cultural venues and o…

Greenhouse For Tiffany & Co.

Marilyn Minter and Other Artists Celebrate ‘Everyday Objects’ With Tiffany & Co. at Milan’s Salone del Mobile The luxury brand has created a line of premium objects, including a paper coffee cup rendered in bone china.  
Edition of Salon del Mobile, Milan’s premier design fair, the iconic jewelry brand Tiffany & Co. unveiled its home collection with five unique window installations by acclaimed artists Marilyn Minter, Laurie Simmons, Anna Galtarossa, Shantell Martin, and Anna-Wili Highfield. 
At the core of this presentation is the concept of the greenhouse—in this case, a beautifully wrought objet d’art made of sterling silver, copper, and glass. The company’s artistic director, Reed Krakoff, explained in a statement that the romantic architectural form was chosen because it is the “perfect expression of Tiffany craftsmanship and a symbol of the power of creativity.”
The greenhouse can be seen as a symbol of incubation, a place where new phenomena are born, cultivated, and b…

Malene Birger Move and Work

To redesign, rearrange and restyle favorite furniture or dΓ©cor items into new spaces or even into a new room with a new purpose you will recognize some of Malene Birger pieces from life and work. Their strength is in their styling versatility and the ease with which she reinvents her space as she moves them from the desk to the bedroom, the bedside to the bathroom, the kitchen to the lounge, or a sympathetically renovated Finca to an Edwardian London flat, her favorite furniture travels everywhere like a faithful friend: From Denmark to Mallorca to London, some of the biggest pieces have now safely been returned to their roots in Copenhagen like treasured explorers to be reveled again another day. 
Malene Birger is the epitome of creativity, timelessness, and eclectic style. Whether as a fashion designer and founder of her brands, or as an interior designer, Birger's love for uncompromising design and traditional craftsmanship is in evidence everywhere. In her newest book, Move a…