Hilton Worldwide’s former director of architecture and design for Europe, Neil Worrell, recently starred in Channel 4’s Restoration Man.
Episode three of the series, aired on January 15, took presenter and architect George Clarke to a church conversion project in the fishing village of Brixham in Devon, which was being spearheaded by Worrell and his partner Jackie Robinson.
The couple restored the previously dilapidated church, which dates back to 1874, and converted it into a four-bedroom family home, with four en-suite bathrooms and a cloakroom.
Notable design features at the renovated Fisherman’s Church include a solid-surface freestanding Palomba bathtub by Switzerland-based bathrooms supplier Laufen in the master bathroom.
Worrell currently runs a design consultancy called Hotel Planning, based in Hertfordshire.