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Astro turf office

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There seems to have been a theme to commissions recently based around capturing offices where companies have invested in making their workplaces much more appealing. Why work from home when you could hang out in this cafe style workplace? I loved the astro turf which ran a fun route through these modern offices. Simple touch […]

A day at Glorious Goodwood

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Goodwood racecourse has a lovely new space to glide around and sup champagne in whilst watching the horses.   The latest addition is designed by Hopkins Architects and is perfectly placed in the Richmond enclosure with amazing views over the racecourse and the Sussex Downs.   It houses the Veuve Clicquot champagne and seafood bar and has […]

Deluxe working spaces in Dublin

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Shooting for one of my favourite design agencies, we had a great 2 days in Dublin, capturing elements of Hibernia’s wonderful office environments. This part of Ireland has been dubbed Europe’s Silicon Valley and hosts Twitter, LinkedIn, eBay, Google and Facebook to name a few. The skyline is full of cranes and it’s still booming. […]

Exquisite finishes in luxury London build

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The large shade making canopies, the really beautifully crafted materials, the detailing and textures make this a truly enviable residential project created by London’s lovely Walker Bushe architects. The building has a California style which reminded me a little of the fab location house used in ‘A Single Man’ (if you’ve seen the film by […]

Hopkins at Harvard University

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The beautiful new addition to Louis Sert’s ‘Smith Campus Centre’ at Harvard University by Hopkins Architects is designed to give students, faculty staff and visitors a truly inspiring and uplifting environment in which to work and socialise. It’s a huge project with multiple areas, levels, light-filled spaces and all sitting comfortably in Sert’s 1950’s original. […]

Considering community wellbeing in Singapore

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Singapore is so inspiring with it’s dedication to green space / sustainable buildings, and more importantly its developments and designs are considering community wellbeing.  It’s something more super cities should be thinking about more urgently, especially with our ageing populations.  Super city living needs to be more considerate. Commissioned by Singapore Housing and Develoment Board […]

Super green and supersized in Singapore

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The super green, ginormous eco build that is Marina One by Ingenhoven Architects in the CBD of Singapore was so big it was a challenge to photograph.  From the slightly hard impersonal exteriors you would never guess it has a soft centre.   It has beautiful curving walkways linking the 4 towers (residential and office) and […]

London’s Garden Museum

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The beautiful, bronze clad extension to London’s Garden Museum is settling into it’s surrounds already. What an inspiring design by Dow Jones Architects who were responsible for marrying a modern design with the heritage of St Mary’s church, next to Lambeth Palace.  Together with Dan Pearson’s garden design the whole experience is both peaceful and […]

Unseen London (by Hoxton Mini Press)

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The very stylish independent publisher Hoxton Mini Press has produced a great book called ‘Unseen London’. 25 contemporary photographers who had captured and seen London from quite different perspectives contributed to the beautifully produced hardback book .   I was delighted to be part of ‘Unseen London’ with some shots from the Olympic Structures project in […]

‘Clean graphic imagery’

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It’s hard to initially dissect how you photograph a building when it’s quite instinctive and having shot for quite a long time a lot of the decision making is a natural reaction to the building your working in and around.

When art inspires an interior

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A painting called ‘The Listener’ inspired a complete interior re-design by the very talented Velvet Orange…