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Twisting apartment buildings in Coconut Grove

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  Miami was a beautiful escape from the London weather this winter and especially to have the opportunity to photograph the exteriors and rooftop of The Grove at Grand Bay in Coconut Grove.    Designed by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) it’s a structural engineers heaven.. (or challenge!) in fact I think they won an award for […]

The Bower Building is launched

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The Bower Building at Stockley Park near Heathrow launched this month so I can reveal a few of the ‘way too many to choose from’ images of this project.    Rubric Creative has produced a beautiful promotional book to showcase the project (managed by ISG).  The Architect was ESA who took the 1980’s office building back to […]

People in offices for Insightful Environments

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A lovely commission from one of my favourite design agencies was to capture the office space that belongs to Insightful Environments.   IE design and provide bespoke stylish work place environments with great technology and amazing furniture… we were so impressed by the carbon fibre office chairs that you can pick up with a finger..  when you carry […]

Architectural structures at the Chelsea flower show

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What a treat to photograph at the RHS Chelsea flower show again this year.  The gardens are always inspiring but often it’s the architectural forms and structures that make the main feature / base for the garden that’s the most exciting element for me. So many to highlight …  Sam Ovens relaxing cedar wood design for Cloudy Bay was beautiful.. […]

House in the woods

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The Times ran a piece recently which included an architect owned ‘house in the woods’ shot by Airey Spaces.  It’s a beautiful wooden clad building sitting comfortably in its own idyllic woodland and you can even rent it out for holidays through The Modern House.  When they asked for images from the archive for the article it was a […]

10×10 Thames project for Article 25

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Airey Spaces was delighted to be asked by Article 25, the UK’s leading architectural aid charity, to contribute to the 10×10 Drawing London project.  100 artists were each given a square on the River Thames and asked to produce an artwork.   Here is the selection of photographs I considered and the final image (1st one […]

Gorgeous glassy atriums at St Thomas’ hospital

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Hopkins Architects have designed gorgeous glassy atriums with new cladding and louvre systems which sit around the busy East Wing of St Thomas’ hospital in London.   Designing within the limited space available they gave the new area a sense of cool, calm and a clarity in an intense environment.  It was a challenge to shoot […]

Concorde Magazine features an Airey Spaces project

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I didn’t ever get to fly on Concorde but am very pleased to have had some photos published in Concorde magazine recently. The feature is on Daniel Libeskind’s RunRun Shaw Creative Media Centre in Hong Kong which I shot in January this year.  (see more in AireySpaces) here’s a little taste…  

An overdue visit to Valencia

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An overdue visit to Valencia this Spring made for mixed emotions about the Calatrava extravaganza that is the City of Arts and Sciences. There are lots of tasty reasons to go to Valencia but to witness Santiago Calatrava and Felix Candela‘s brave engineering and architecture is most certainly one of the main attractions.  It’s only […]

Roca London Gallery

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To celebrate International Women’s day I toddled off to visit an exhibition called ‘Urbanistas‘ which showcases five leading women working in architecture, urban and landscape design and planning…. (….more of that to come in my March newsletter)! Before I even got into the exhibition the Roca Gallery London, which is hosting it, is quite something to […]

People in Tate Britain

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People in Spaces has a new project to check out. Tate Britain and Caruso St John did a really great job comfortably fusing ancient and modern in it’s £45m makeover and I recently spent a while in there shooting the gallery and capturing some of the visitors.   Everyone loves a spiral staircase so here is the inevitable […]