Gregory and Sara Phillips with daughters Tess and Imogen.
Main pictures: Darren Chung
Portrait shot: David Butler
New lease of life: Phillips and wife Sara took a dilapidated Thirties semi and made it ultra modern.
The architect's 'big glass gesture' shines day and night, blurring the lines between inside and outside.
The white-lacquered Boffi kitchen is a statement of purity and utilitarian minimalism.
Phillips' sleek dining room looks out over the garden's dramatic beech trees and verdant lawn.
Upstairs, downstairs: engineered flooring finished in ash upstairs and European oak downstairs.
The stunning extension's 10-metre triple sliding door not only makes this house a showpiece, but demonstrates the architect's passion for indoor-outdoor spaces.
Lush greenery spills onto the smooth decking while cube-cut beech trees give the garden's landscaping sculptural calm.
'If you put in a lot of glass you've got to look out at something good', says Phillips. For more informal dining, this glass-topped round table makes the most of the sprawling garden view.
Bespoke wardrobes and colour-washed floors reflect the master bedroom's clean palette of white, soft grey and mink.
Carrara marble and an egg-shaped bath by Ashton & Bentley give the en suite bathroom what Phillips calls an 'immaculate finish'.