The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London.
This elegant canal bridge in Somers Town, Kings Cross, London, was completed by London- and Crathie-based architects Moxon. The bridge is intended for the use of cyclists and pedestrians to cross into the Kings Cross Canal as part of a landmark development project. The bridge is extremely thin, and incredibly elegant structurally, achieving a span of 38m, with a minimum depth of just 400mm at each end.
Photography of the bridge at King’s Cross, London, 01 of 16.
The design features stainless steel cladding and balustrade, 02 of 16.
The bridge spans over Somerstown Canal, 03 of 16.
Design is by Moxon Architects, London, 04 of 16.
The bridge entrance features a timber balustrade, 05 of 16.
Photograph of the bridge showing the stainless steel elements, 06 of 16.
London architectural photographer, 07 of 16.
View of the bridge, 08 of 16.
Photograph showing the steel structure, 09 of 16.
As the bridge is traversed the timber balustrade posts slowly phase out and are replaced by stainless steel, 10 of 16.
Photo showing the balustrade, 11 of 16.
Architectural detail photographer, 12 of 16.
Evening view of the bridge, 13 of 16.
Somerstown Bridge, London Photographer, 14 of 16.
Morning view of the bridge, 15 of 16.
Photograph showing the minimalist architectural design, 16 of 16.
(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 email@example.com.)