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AC010: Complete Conversion
Photos: Alun Callender / Narratives
Text & Styling: Sian Lewis / Narratives

In the heart of Arundel, West Sussex, next to the castle lives the Holland family. Their red brick house was built 1901 and has six bedrooms and used to be the town's local police station, complete with concrete cells - which were taken out to create the spacious drawing room.
When Neil and Victoria bought the house they re-wired, installed central
heating, and painted. They wanted to live in the house to get a feel for it before starting work. After six months they renovated the old coach house in the garden (which used to be the town's fire station) to create a two-bedroom cottage - which now houses their architectural practice.
Muted, soft Farrow & Ball colour the walls a mix of antiques and shaker-style furniture, with Neil's watercolour paintings on the walls.
Neil has tried out many of his favourite architectural tricks to create hidden storage and bring extra light into rooms.
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