Cannon Place

Cannon Place, Cannon Street London.

Foggo Associates’ scheme for Cannon Place renovates and extends a very busy underground and network rail scheme, providing 36,000 square meters of office accommodation. Cannon Place is eight stories high, sitting above the station featuring curved and double-curved glazing, atria, spectacular views across the city, and some impressive external structural steelwork.

Architectural photography completed over two days, using 5×4” large format Fuji Pro 160 NS, in a Toyo VX125b. The lenses used were a Schneider 58mm Super-Angulon f5.6 XL, Schneider 72mm Super-Angulon f5.6 XL, Rodenstock 135mm Apo-Sironar-S f5.6, Rodenstock 210mm Apo-Sironar-S f5.6. (All images copyright Simon Kennedy, London Architectural Photographer.)

 

Cannon Place:

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Dusk shot from Cannon Street:

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The east elevation:

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View from Cannon Street at sunset:

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External Structure expressed in steel:

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Mesh cladding detail:

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East elevation showing exposed external steel structure:

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Another view of the east elevation:

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External detail of facade:

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The facade of Cannon Place to Cannon Street:

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Dusk shot:

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Dusk architectural photograph:

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Dusk view of Cannon Place:

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Photograph showing the new building and its relationship to the existing architecture:

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Cannon Street:

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Cannon Street view:

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Architecture of the east elevation:

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Cannon Place – external steel structure:

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Cantilevering Corner:

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Interior:

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Meeting room:

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View form the office out toward the Monument:

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Interior office floor:

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View towards St Paul’s Cathedral:

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Curved glazed corner of the office:

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Architecture of the office floors:

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Cannon Place office floor:

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Typical office floor:

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Office floor with atria:

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Office floor:

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Architecture of Cannon Place:

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Office floor:

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Office interior showing views across London:

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Lift lobby:

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Lift lobbies:

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Architectural photograph looking up the atrium:

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The atrium at Cannon Place:

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Cannon Place:

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Looking up the atrium:

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Looking up the atrium which also features expressed structural steel:

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At the top of the atrium, lift mechanisms are expressed:

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Architecture of the top of the atrium:

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Atrium glazing:

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Atrium top:

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In the Atrium:

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The Cannon Place atrium:

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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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