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Moxon Architects designs house for What Not to Wear celebrity

Moxon Architects has revealed this images of a new family home for fashion guru and What Not to Wear presenter Trinny Woodall

The scheme will add a subterranean extension to the mid-terrace building in Notting Hill, West London as well as ‘restoring and reordering’ the existing building.

Ben Addy, founder of the AJ/Corus 40 under 40 practice said: ‘Woodall is a real enthusiast for Eileen Grey and the whole house is getting the full treatment.

‘The lower ground level is to be extended below grade, with a new garden ringed by skylights above.  The floor surface of this lower level will step down to the rear of the property, which in combination with natural lighting will define a sequence of progressively more intimate spaces.’


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