The blog of Simon Kennedy, Architectural Photographer based in London.
London-based practice Hopkins Architects completed this new-build structure for Brighton College in Kemptown, Sussex, having won the limited competition. The design responds to and complements its context of historic Grade 2 listed structures, replacing a number of outdated buildings previously residing in its location, with stone and brick facades and timber louvres over the fully glazed gable ends. The roof is of zinc and features beautiful undulations, and overall the structure provides 22 new classrooms and generous social circulation spaces.
Brighton College, the Kai Yong Yeoh Building, 01 of 13.
London Architectural Photographer, 02 of 13.
Exterior view showing the flint and stone facade, 03 of 13.
Interior photograph showing the classroom, 04 of 13.
Classrooms feature external shading louvres and large areas of glazing, 05 of 13.
Interior photograph showing the timber and steel balustrade, 06 of 13.
Interior staircase photograph, 07 of 13
London interior architecture, 08 of 13.
Sculptural timber staircase view, 09 of 13.
Stair in the atrium, 10 of 13.
Looking up the atrium to the roof lights and timber soffit, 11 of 13.
Exterior night view showing the glazed architecture, 12 of 13.
Exterior facade in the sun light, 13 of 13.
(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.)