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A new-build housing scheme containing 116 private residences and 28 affordable homes. The architect created a clear sense of place with the massing of the structure and enhanced the street by providing amenities for the local population at street level. The scheme features landscaped, communal courtyards, and is carefully orientated to maximise sun penetration, achieving a situation where no living spaces have a purely northerly outlook. All apartments have a large balcony or terrace. The choice of materials creates dialogue with the history of the area, consisting of brick and adjustable metal panels, with cedar boarding adding warmth.

Simpsonhaugh Architects, London, 01 of 15
Simpsonhaugh Architects, London, 01 of 15

Exterior shot showing street context, 02 of 15
Exterior shot showing street context, 02 of 15

Detail photograph showing sliding metal panels, 03 of 15
Detail photograph showing sliding metal panels, 03 of 15

Exterior architectural photographer, 04 of 15
Exterior architectural photographer, 04 of 15

Dusk facade shot, 05 of 15
Dusk facade shot, 05 of 15

Dusk elevation photograph, 06 of 15
Dusk elevation photograph, 06 of 15

London architectural photographer, 07 of 15
London architectural photographer, 07 of 15

Architectural photography, London, 08 of 15
Architectural photography, London, 08 of 15

Exterior showing private landscaped areas, 09 of 15
Exterior showing private landscaped areas, 09 of 15

View from inside the landscaped courtyard, 10 of 15
View from inside the landscaped courtyard, 10 of 15

The private, landscaped courtyard, 11 of 15
The private, landscaped courtyard, 11 of 15

Exterior entrance space, 12 of 15
Exterior entrance space, 12 of 15

Interior staircase, 13 of 15
Interior staircase, 13 of 15

Interior architectural photographer, 14 of 15
Interior architectural photographer, 14 of 15

View of the structure from the London tube station platform, 15 of 15
View of the structure from the London tube station platform, 15 of 15

(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.)

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

New offices, meeting areas and flexible work spaces for Sky executives designed by Arup Associates are inserted into a historic building in the West End of London. The scheme features double-glazed partitions, single glazed doors with full-height pull handles, and carefully controlled lighting insertions. The design features breakout spaces and continuous lighting and sight-lines. A beautiful, directional timber soffit connects the spaces and enhances the sight-lines further.

Executive office interior photograph, 01 of 07
Executive office interior photograph, 01 of 07

The office features a beautiful, directional interior timber soffit, 02 of 07
The office features a beautiful, directional interior timber soffit, 02 of 07

Workstations and meeting areas photographer, 03 of 07
Workstations and meeting areas photographer, 03 of 07

Arup Associates Architects London, 04 of 07
Arup Associates Architects London, 04 of 07

London architectural photographer, 05 of 07
London architectural photographer, 05 of 07

CEO office interior photography, 06 of 07
CEO office interior photography, 06 of 07

Workstation and timber soffit, London, 07 of 07
Worstation and timber soffit, London, 07 of 07

(Architectural photography completed over 1 day, 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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