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The Royal Parks Foundation Drinking Fountain commission was won by Moxon Architects in 2010, a sculptural and elegant structure that is also highly functional. The refined, flared shape of the body of the design is evocative of natural forms, and appropriate to its siting. The movement of water from its supply to draining away is carefully considered, as is the construction of the work, which consists of a minimum number of parts that can be efficiently joined to one another.

Photograph of fountain installation in London, 01 of 10
Photograph of fountain installation in London, 01 of 10

Moxon Architects, London, 02 of 10
Moxon Architects, London, 02 of 10

Fountain detail shot, 03 of 10
Fountain detail shot, 03 of 10

Weathered fountain image, 04 of 10
Weathered fountain image, 04 of 10

Product design photograph, 05 of 10
Product design photograph, 05 of 10

London architecture photograph, 06 of 10
London architecture photograph, 06 of 10

London architectural photographer, 07 of 10
London architectural photographer, 07 of 10

Architectural panorama showing park context, 08 of 10
Architectural panorama showing park context, 08 of 10

Photograph showing the sculptural architecture quality of the fountain intervention, 09 of 10
Photograph showing the sculptural architecture quality of the fountain intervention, 09 of 10

Night photograph of the fountain in situ, 10 of 10
Night photograph of the fountain in situ, 10 of 10

(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.

Interior fit-out of a school near Regent’s Canal in Hackney. The design references the Edwardian construction of the existing building and the waterside location. The building was stripped back to its original features and construction, revealing features such as a parquet floor and intricate pipework that were subsequently restored.
Each zone of the school has been allocated a particular colour, determined by a study of Edwardian colour theory. Classroom are bright and vibrant, corridors dark and rich. Many design elements were determined via consultations and workshops with staff and pupils.

London architectural photographer, 01 of 09
London architectural photographer, 01 of 09

Interior shot showing opalescent fabric, 02 of 09
Interior shot showing opalescent fabric, 02 of 09

Rosemary Works School, London, by Aberrant Architecture, 03 of 09
Rosemary Works School, London, by Aberrant Architecture, 03 of 09

London School architectural photographer, 04 of 09
London School architectural photographer, 04 of 09

London interior photograph, 05 of 09
London interior photograph, 05 of 09

Architectural photography, London, 06 of 09
Architectural photography, London, 06 of 09

Coloured fabric drapes define interior, 07 of 09
Coloured fabric drapes define interior, 07 of 09

Architectural detail photograph, 08 of 09
Architectural detail photograph, 08 of 09

Interior arched partition photo, 09 of 09
Interior arched partition photo, 09 of 09

(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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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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