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Design is by Moxon Architects, 01 of 16.

Design is by Moxon Architects, 01 of 16.

Interior featuring timber panelling and minimally-framed glazing, 02 of 16.

Interior featuring timber panelling and minimally-framed glazing, 02 of 16.

Stair case showing steel balustrading and timber handrail, 03 of 16.

Stair case showing steel balustrading and timber handrail, 03 of 16.

Architectural photographer, London, 04 of 16.

Architectural photographer, London, 04 of 16.

Minimalist workstations, 05 of 16.

Minimalist workstations, 05 of 16.

Interior architectural photographer, 06 of 16.

Interior architectural photographer, 06 of 16.

Interior features  poured concrete floors and large sliding timber doors, 07 of 16.

Interior features poured concrete floors and large sliding timber doors, 07 of 16.

Photo showing the double height glazed offices, 08 of 16.

Photo showing the double height glazed offices, 08 of 16.

CNPA Headquarters Building in Grantown-on-Spey, 09 of 16.

CNPA Headquarters Building in Grantown-on-Spey, 09 of 16.

Light. airy, minimalist workstations, 10 of 16.

Light. airy, minimalist workstations, 10 of 16.

Corridor featuring large glazed windows and partitions, 11 of 16.

Corridor featuring large glazed windows and partitions, 11 of 16.

Photograph of the upper level office, 12 of 16.

Photograph of the upper level office, 12 of 16.

London architectural photographer, 13 of 16.

London architectural photographer, 13 of 16.

Night photograph, 14 of 16.

Night photograph, 14 of 16.

Dusk shot of the existing building and new extension, 15 of 16.

Dusk shot of the existing building and new extension, 15 of 16.

Exterior dusk architectural photography, 16 of 16.

Exterior dusk architectural photography, 16 of 16.

CNPA Headquarters, Grantown-on-Spey, 2021, Moxon Architects
The new building created by London- and Crathie- based practice Moxon Architects gives the CNPA a new public face, containing reception areas, meeting rooms and offices. The building is low, avoiding clashes with the architecture of the beautiful local historical buildings, seeking instead to blend in with its environment. Built from sustainably certified cross-laminated timber, the design employs sophisticated procedural software techniques in its design, featuring contrasting areas of solid and void which can be reconfigured using large moveable partitions.
Photography completed over one day. (All images copyright Simon Kennedy, London Architectural Photographer)
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