The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London.
This project by EPR Architects in Brighton sits within a World Heritage Site and has been awarded the designation of being a BREEAM Excellent corporate workplace. Flexible office space that is sustainable, light and highly articulated is built on top of a sloping site near the Brighton Pavilion. The site was originally a Regency and early Victorian development within the Edward Street Quarter at the heart of historic Brighton. Being based there since 1970, AMERICAN EXPRESS sought to develop an more flexible architectural space through large floor plates that remain flexible enough to accommodate their future business needs.
(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 firstname.lastname@example.org.)
London architectural photographer.
The American Express building in Brighton by EPR Architects.
Interior architectural photography showing the coloured glass dado rail with patterned facade.
Photograph of the interior glass shade.
The curved, glazed exterior facade.
Photograph of an exterior view showing vertical solar shading and the entrance.
Exterior architectural photography showing the terrace and glass balustrades.
Layered, curved facade with roof terraces and solar shading.