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Architectural photography of Belham Primary School.

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London. The design to refurbish an existing Grade II Listed London Board School was completed by London-based Haverstock Architects. The scheme adds a new three-storey extension (a perforated Cor-Ten box on a brick plinth) and included essential restoration work to the listed building, preserving the character […]

Architectural photography of Exhibitions at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London. This ongoing project to photograph exhibitions was instructed by the V and A, as a method of recording and celebrating their highly sophisticated and meticulously detailed and crafted exhibitions. Before the shoot I was very fortunate to be informed of the sheer level engagement that […]

Architectural photography of Aspire Point.

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London. The design by London-based MJP Architects, creates an inclusive and accessible building, with the experience of the student as its key concern. Student rooms form clusters, with shared amenities including kitchens and living rooms, and with varying room sizes to suit a range of budgets. […]

Architectural photography of a 1970s House.

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London. This stunning renovation takes an existing, architect-designed house from the 1970s in a conservation area and modernises it, using a palette of restrained and muted materials to update while celebrating the unique feature of the house, such as vertical boarding and the exposed timber interior […]

Architectural photography of a West London Townhouse.

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London. London-based Coup De Ville Architects completed this total remodelling of a townhouse in Hammersmith, West London. The circulation and structure were fully reconfigured, and a new, double-height space was inserted bringing significant additional light into the house. Larged glazed areas were added to the rear […]

Architectural photography of the Faithlie Centre, Fraserburgh.

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London. This stunning refurbishment and extension of Fraserburgh Town Hall was designed by London and Crathie-based practice Moxon Architects. Located on Saltoun Square, the heart of the fishing port, the scheme integrated the delapidated structure of the former police station next door, and added a new […]

Architectural photography of Canary Wharf College.

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London. London and worldwide practice HKS Architects designed this new build school for Glenworth, East London. The site was very difficult and constrained, leading to the requirement for highly efficient floor plans to fit the functions of the school onto the site. The design was so […]

Architectural photography of Home Park House.

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London. This stunning cantilevered contemporary residence was designed by Henley-based practice Trace Architects, for an extraordinary site on the edge of Wimbledon golf course. The design features a glazed, cantilevered box on top with terraces that take advantage of the extensive views, and a large basement […]

Architectural photography of The Brentford Project.

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London. This project completed by London-based HAL Architects features the imaginative reuse of existing industrial structures, yards and lanes, and provides a new bakery, events space and a marketing suite for the future development of the area. Forecourt with blue surfaces at the Brentford Project, West […]

Architectural photography of Camden Courtyards.

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London. This residential project in a prominent position in Camden, NW1, London, was completed by London-based Sheppard Robson Architects. Comprising of an even split between affordable and private residences (164 in total), the building takes the form of an ā€œSā€ shape in plan that provides two […]