The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London.
This new café and is located in the John Madjeski garden in the courtyard of the Victoria and Albert Museum and was delivered by London-based Reed Watts Architects. The design features 50 unique bespoke enamel panels, in three shades of green. Astonishingly the structure was fully completed within 14 days.
Design is by Reed Watts Architects, London, 01 of 09.
Elevation exterior shot showing the context of the Victoria and Albert Museum, 02 of 09.
Cafe Pavilion Photograph, 03 of 09.
Architectural detail photograph, 04 of 09.
Interior photography- showing LED light strips, steel structure and the white soffit, 05 of 09.
Exterior view showing reflective soffit panels, and green ceramic facade cladding, 06 of 09.
View of the V and A Cafe from inside the museum itself, 07 of 09.
London architectural photographer, 08 of 09.
Design is by Reed Watts Architects, London, 09 of 09.
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