The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London.
This fascinating design by London-based Arup Associates Architects is constructed according to the principles of the Circular Economy in The Built Environment – a recent study by Arup, outside the Building Centre in Central London. The building is made entirely from fully re-usable elements, as an exemplar study to show how the construction industry can work towards a zero-waste situation. “Circular” in this case means re-usable, as opposed to “linear” – meaning elements are used and then scrapped. Each component can be disassembled with minimum damage, and reassembled or re-purposed as required.
Arup Associates Circular Building, London, 01 of 10.
Interior architectural photography, London, 02 of 10.
Circular Building, interior view, 03 of 10.
Bespoke furniture and interactive architectural devices, 04 of 10.
Architectural photographer, London, 05 of 10.
Timber exterior, outside the Building Centre, 06 of 10.
Day time view of the exterior showing the cor-ten steel structure, 07 of 10.
Evening photograph, 08 of 10.
Night Architectural Photography in London, 09 of 10.
View from above the structure, 10 of 10.
(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.)