Born in London, Gregory Phillips trained at Bristol University and Glasgow’s Mackintosh School of Architecture.
He has integrated his unique brand of elegant, refined modernism within country retreats, city homes, period properties and contemporary architecture.
Gregory’s talent, professionalism and discretion has attracted a loyal following of discerning clients, from film directors and fashion designers to art collectors and city financiers.
Ralph Hill King
Ralph has been an architect at Gregory Phillips having worked previously in the UK, and Australia.
He has particular expertise in the design and project management of large award-winning luxury new build town, country and beach front homes. Ralph’s flair for design plus understanding and experience in construction, as well as his attention to detail, are key to the realisation of some of the practice’s most ambitious projects.
James has been an architect at the practice and has worked on an extensive range of projects in the office. Most notably, James has overseen the design and construction of a 500m2 new-build house in Berkshire and a 650m2 new-build contemporary house within a London Conservation Area.
James has also been responsible for several refurbishments and extensions basement developments.
James has expertise in innovation in construction technology ensuring that appropriate solutions are tailored to each project.
Jonathan has been an architect at Gregory Phillips Architects and has been responsible for a number of key refurbishment projects within the office as well as new build houses with challenging site and conservation area constraints.
Before joining Gregory Phillips Architects, Jonathan worked at a number of boutique residential practices including Shinichi Ogawa associates in Japan, Hudson Architects and Jonathan Tuckey Design in London where he was responsible for the design of a number of award-winning projects.
Tom joined Gregory Phillips in 2021, having completed his architectural studies in Portsmouth and London.
Tom enjoys observing modern architecture through the lens of traditional craft and construction methods, and has developed a keen interest in materiality, detailing and thoughtful use of light, believing that these elements are the key to forming architecture and spaces which speak for themselves.
|We have received many accolades and won awards for our architecture and interior design work
|British Homes Awards 2022
|Shortlisted Best UK House (Totteridge Common) 2022
|Shortlisted RIBA Award (Totteridge Common) 2022
Winner Regional Award (Shropshire) 2018
Winner Regional Award South (Berkshire 2) 2018
Finalist House of the Year Competition (Berkshire 2) 2018
Nominated House of the Year Competition (Shropshire) 2018
Winner Regional Award South / South-East Downland 2012
Finalist Residential Category 2010
|BD Architect of the Year Awards 2020
|Shortlisted Interior Architect of the Year 2020
Finalist Interior Architect of the Year 2018
Finalist Individual House Architect of the Year 2017
|Grand Designs Awards
|Finalist Best Extension 2010
Finalist Best Conversion 2010
Finalist Best Extension 2009
|Sunday Times British Homes Awards website
|Winner Large House of the Year 2018
Highly Commended Home Extension of the Year 2018
Highly Commended Best Interior Design Individual Home 2018
Winner Bespoke Luxury Living 2012
Winner Interior Design 2012
Finalist Architect of the Year 2012
Winner Best Interior Design UK 2009
|Luxury Lifestyle Awards
|Shortlisted Best Luxury Architecture UK 2020
|International Design & Architecture Awards
|Winner Luxury Residence Europe 2017
Winner Best Residential Property Europe 2013
Winner Best Residential Property 2012
|Homes & Gardens Designer Awards
|Winner Best Bathroom Designer
|UK Property Awards
|Winner Best Single Residence UK 2017 Winner Best Interior Design
|International Property Awards
|Winner Best Residential Architect 2013
|International Property Awards for Interior Design
|Winner Private House South East
|Daily Telegraph Homebuilding & Renovating Awards
|Winner Best Extension / Remodel 2008