Architectural photographer. 01 of 11

Architectural photographer

Dusk view of the architecture. 2 of 11

Dusk view of the architecture

Interior photography. 03 of 11

Interior photography

Stunning views out across St Helier bay. 04 of 11

Stunning views out across St Helier bay

Interior architecture view. 05 of 11

Interior architecture view

View from roof of facility. 06 of 11

View from roof of facility

Jersey Energy From Waste Facility roof. 07 of 11

Jersey Energy From Waste Facility roof

Steel truss. 08 of 11

Steel truss

Facility arrival forecourt. 09 of 11

Facility arrival forecourt

View from St Helier bay. 10 of 11

View from St Helier bay

Interior view of the facility. 11 of 11

Interior view of the facility

Energy From Waste, St Helier, Jersey, 2013, Hopkins Architects
Architectural photography of the Energy From Waste Facility, in St Helier, Jersey, completed in 2011. Designed by Hopkins Architects, this £120 million structure handles all of the waste produced by the island, producing 10 megawatts of power, with extremely low emissions. The structure exhibits a highly refined technological aesthetic, showcasing the processes within while creating a memorable landmark. Architectural photography completed over 1.5 days. (All images copyright Simon Kennedy, London Architectural Photographer)