);
public

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 component that links the two disparate elements, and creates the new public face of the building.

Architectural detail photograph, 01 of 10.
Architectural detail photograph, 01 of 10.

Streetscape showing the harbour context and retained stone elevation, 02 of 11.
Streetscape showing the harbour context and retained stone elevation, 02 of 10.

Interior photograph showing modern minimalist stair contrasting with existing roughly finished stone wall and black painted timber ceiling, 03 of 10.
Interior photograph showing modern minimalist stair contrasting with existing roughly finished stone wall and black painted timber ceiling, 03 of 10.

Design is by Moxon Architects, 04 of 10.
Design is by Moxon Architects, 04 of 10.

Exterior architectural night photograph, 05 of 10.
Exterior architectural night photograph, 05 of 10.

Architectural photographer, London, 06 of 10.
Architectural photographer, London, 06 of 10.

Existing panelling was retained refurbished and enhance, 07 of 10.
Existing panelling was retained refurbished and enhance, 07 of 10.

View out from the meeting room, 08 of 10. View out from the meeting room, 08 of 10.

Architectural detail photo, 09 of 10.

Architectural detail photo, 09 of 10.

Exterior shot of the Cor-ten cladding and perforated facade, 10 of 10.

Exterior shot of the Cor-ten cladding and perforated facade, 10 of 10.

(Architectural photography completed over 2 days, all images copyright Simon Kennedy. If you wish to use any of these images for any purpose please email me at info@simonkennedy.net.)

Read More

The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London.

This new pier structure in London Blackfriars was completed by London-based Arup Associates Architects, and replaces the previous pier in this location that was moved to make way for the Thames Tideway Tunnel. Featuring amazing views over the Thames towards Tate Modern, the pier allows accessibility and more space for the River Bus passengers. The scheme considers carefully the numerous technical requirements of a pier including tidal fluctuation and daily collisions with boats, and provides an enhanced experience for users with uninterrupted views and clear, logical layout.

Blackfriars Pier, London, 01 of 11.
Blackfriars Pier, London, 01 of 11.

London Architectural Photographer, 02 of 11.
London Architectural Photographer, 02 of 11.

content/uploads/2021/01/003-entrance-sequence-photo.jpg” alt=”Entrance sequence photo, 03 of 11.” width=”494″ height=”600″ class=”size-full wp-image-5065″ />
Entrance sequence photo, 03 of 11.

Architectural detail photograph, 04 of 11.
Architectural detail photograph, 04 of 11.

Arup Associates, Architects, photography in London, 05 of 11
Arup Associates, Architects, photography in London, 05 of 11

Night photograph, Blackfriars, London, 6 of 11
Night photograph, Blackfriars, London, 6 of 11

Night time architectural photograph, 07 of 11.
Night time architectural photograph, 07 of 11.

Bridge at Blackfriars pier, London view, 08 of 11.
Bridge at Blackfriars pier, London view, 08 of 11.

View of the new Blackfriars pier, 09 of 11.
View of the new Blackfriars pier, 09 of 11.

Photograph of the ramp waiting area with metal-clad soffit, 10 of 11.
Photograph of the ramp waiting area with metal-clad soffit, 10 of 11.

Interior photograph showing London-context visible from the waiting area, 11 of 11.
Interior photograph showing London-context visible from the waiting area, 11 of 11.

(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 info@simonkennedy.net.)

Read More
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)

Powered by Wordpress.