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Architectural Photographer Simon Kennedy

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London.

Won in competition, HAL Architects have designed this marketing pavilion as part of the Royal Wharf development, near the Thames Barrier. The building is elevated and therefore maximises views along the Thames, to the new landscaped park. The design features filigree timber cladding, extensive glazing, frosted glass to reduce views where appropriate to the interior function, and a second floor terrace with fantastic views. The building sits harmoniously within its landscaped context.

HAL Architects, London, 01 of 11
HAL Architects, London, 01 of 11

Arup Associates Architects, London, 02 of 11
Arup Associates Architects, London, 02 of 11

London Architectural Photographer, 03 of 11
London Architectural Photographer, 03 of 11

Interior photographer, 04 of 11
Interior photographer, 04 of 11

Interior corridor shot, 05 of 11
Interior corridor shot, 05 of 11

Exterior view glazed facade from terrace, 06 of 11
Exterior view glazed facade from terrace, 06 of 11

Exterior photograph showing grounds context, 07 of 11
Exterior photograph showing grounds context, 07 of 11

Filligree facade photograph, 08 of 11
Filligree facade photograph, 08 of 11

Elevational dusk photographer, 09 of 11
Elevational dusk photographer, 09 of 11

Night shot glazed facade, 10 of 11
Night shot glazed facade, 10 of 11

Architectural dusk photography, London, 11 of 11
Architectural dusk photography, London, 11 of 11

(Architectural photography completed over 2 days, all images copyright Simon Kennedy. If you wish to use any of these images for any purpose please email me at info@simonkennedy.net.)

This is the blog of Simon Kennedy, London Architectural Photographer. If you would like to see more of my work, please visit www.simonkennedy.net

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The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London.

Paul Murphy Architects designed a 23,000 sqft fit out for UCL Information Services at 1 St Martin’s Le Grand in London. The new spaces are designed to reflect UCL’s move toward agile working in all of their spaces, and consist of meeting rooms, flexible conference rooms, and open plan work areas.

At 100 Brompton Rd, the practice reconfigured and refurbished the main entrance, and upper levels were fitted out with new showers and toilets.

At 5 Young St, the architects completely refurbished the entrance and large mezzanine areas, rejuvenating previously unused spaces by adding glazed meeting rooms and breakout areas, and creating new visual links through the spaces.

Interior office photographer, 01 of 17
Interior office photographer, 01 of 17

Paul Murphy Architects, London, 02 of 17
Paul Murphy Architects, London, 02 of 17

Internal lift lobby with stone clad wall and light shelves, 03 of 17
Internal lift lobby with stone clad wall and light shelves, 03 of 17

London architectural photographer, 04 of 17
London architectural photographer, 04 of 17

Timber and stone composition forming the entrance desk, 05 of 17
Timber and stone composition forming the entrance desk, 05 of 17

Architectural detail photo, 06 of 17
Architectural detail photo, 06 of 17

Interior lobby seating area, 07 of 17
Interior lobby seating area, 07 of 17

Interior lobby entrance with bespoke sculpture, 08 of 17
Interior lobby entrance with bespoke sculpture,  08 of 17

Dusk glazed facade photography, 09 of 17
Dusk glazed facade photography, 09 of 17

Office exterior photographer, 10 of 17
Office exterior photographer, 10 of 17

Kitchen area, 11 of 17
Kitchen area, 11 of 17

Interior office, kitchen seating area, 12 of 17
Interior office, kitchen seating area, 12 of 17

Internal corridor showing bespoke light-fittings, 13 of 17
Internal corridor showing bespoke light-fittings, 13 of 17

Interior architectural photography, London, 14 of 17
Interior architectural photography, London, 14 of 17

Interior meeting room, 15 of 17
Interior meeting room, 15 of 17

Seating area with booths and acoustic ceiling fixtures, 16 of 17
Seating area with booths and acoustic ceiling fixtures, 16 of 17

Interior scupltural architectural ceiling photography, 17 of 17
Interior scupltural architectural ceiling photography, 17 of 17

This is the blog of Simon Kennedy, London Architectural Photographer. If you would like to see more of my work, please visit www.simonkennedy.net

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Simon Kennedy is a London Architectural Photographer working with architects, engineers, developers, designers, artists, journalists and visualisation companies to produce iconic architectural images and video (All images copyright Simon Kennedy, London Architectural Photographer)

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