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When your clients ask you to design their London pied-à-terre, you know that you will have some fun mixing things up,’ says Emma Pocock, joint founder of Turner Pocock. No ordinary brief, this second home was chosen for its city merits – a one-floor apartment, spacious enough to accommodate living, cooking and entertaining, but desired purely as a boutique home

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