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Platinum Luxury Design Development Celebrates 25 Years

Celebrating 25 years in the delivery of exceptional bespoke architectural and interior design, as well as construction and project management of luxury real estate projects throughout the UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia, the United States and the Caribbean, whilst winning

PLDD celebrate 25 years – Design & Build UK

PLDD celebrate 25 years in the delivery of exceptional bespoke architectural and interior design. Paul Rothschild, the original founder of PLDD Platinum Luxury Design Development and Leon Kalkwarf, PLDD’s lead architect, both give an insight to the secret of their success.

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