Phillips International Auctioneers has unveiled the redesigned reception gallery of its New Bond Street site in London, created by Tilney Shane. The shop-front and entrance is re-emphasised with modern materials and the interior serves as a gallery space for paintings and objects. Phillips’ New Bond Street operations director Keith Miller says the look demonstrates the auctioneer’s intent to rebuild its New Bond Street business and signals the changes taking place throughout the rest of the auction company.
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