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Andy Sturgeon designs The Garden Collection for Lillie Square in London

by Simon Yuen on Jul 4, 2016 in Lifestyle
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Along with developers Capco and KFI, Andy Sturgeon unveils The Garden Collection for Lillie Square in London

Launched by London-based developer Capco and Hong Kong’s KFI, Lillie Square in west London offers a range of duplexes of up to 1,354 sq-ft, each with its own private garden designed by renowned garden designer Andy Sturgeon, The development was created for prospective buyers looking to experience contemporary garden square living and incorporates the first residences across the development to offer private gardens.

Capco_Lillie Square_homes overlooking the principal garden square

“Each garden has been designed to maximise this rare outdoor space and offer beautiful and practical hideaways for residents to enjoy and spend quality personal time in. They are very much in keeping with the communal landscaped gardens and a place which can be used throughout the seasons,” says the designer.

Capco_Lillie Square_Garden Collection_Private garden designed by Andy Sturgeon

The Garden collection in four mansions comprises 32 two-bedroom, two-storey properties with gardens up to 540 sq-ft. Designed by PDP London, the properties line the main picturesque 80-metre garden square. Spread across the ground and lower ground floor, each apartment combines contemporary living spaces with high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass to enhance the sense of openness and natural light.

Showcasing the best of design and quality, every residence includes a selection of luxury brand appliances to offer premium 21st century living, including Bulthaup kitchens, Miele and Siemens. Scene-setting lighting is integrated to create atmospheric moods throughout the living spaces, in addition to under floor heating and comfort cooling.

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