Adam Coupe has worked as an architectural photographer for over 10 years throughout the UK and Europe. What makes us different is our experience. We have a reputation for completing architectural photography shoots efficiently and with the minimum amount of disruption – and without the need for a survey visit prior to the shoot.
Before starting any architectural photography project we ensure we fully understand the key design elements of your scheme. We are comfortable adapting to your preferences, or if you prefer we can also be relied upon to interpret and capture your project with an independent and fresh eye.
We work both with clients who prefer on-shoot art direction, where results are seen ‘real time’ and optimised, and clients who prefer us to complete the photography independently. As experienced architectural photographers, we find both approaches work equally well.
See our extensive portfolio of architectural photography and select any of the images for more information.
The Savill Building is the visitor centre at the Savill Gardens in Windsor Great Park. The structure was designed by Glenn Howells Architects, engineered by Buro Happold and was shortlisted for a Stirling Award | Architectural Photographer See blog post here
Nottingham Science Park was formed in 2006 with the reclamation of 12 acres of contaminated land that had been dormant for 50 years | Architectural Photogapher See blog post here
The City of London Information Centre by Make Architects is situated across the road from south transept of St Paul’s Cathedral, London. The building won a RIBA award and has become a landmark contrasting new architectural design with classic heritage | Architectural Photographer
The new £45million Princess Royal Stand at Cheltenham Racecourse was completed ahead of target in 19 months and consists of five floors covering an area of four hectares | Architectural Photographer | Commercial Architectural Photography | See blog post here
The Curve Theatre in Leicester by Rafael Viñoly was opened in 2008 as a replacement for the Leicester Haymarket. The curved façade is made from 46000m² of glass and 1,192 tonnes of steel that encloses a theatre and performance space | Architectural Photographer
Goldsmith College’s 3,600m² Ben Pimlott Building in New Cross, London is an iconic building by Will Alsop. The Ben Pimlott building at Goldsmith’s College houses the Art, Computer Science and Psychology departments within a seven storey high aluminium clad rectangular structure | Architectural Photographer See blog post here
The £7 million scheme forms the new centre of the campus and includes social and exhibition spaces, study and training rooms and teaching spaces. The 2,000m2 building features a glazed facade with a covered terrace and internal mezzanine area | Architectural Photographer See blog post here
Chips in New Islington, Manchester was designed by Will Alsop to provide a mixture of commercial space on the ground floor with 142 apartments on the upper floors. Surrounded by canals on three sides, the building has its own park, marina and canal boat moorings. The building is part of an urban renewal project led by Urban Splash | Architectural Photographer
Putney High School have converted an existing hall into a performing arts centre. The transformed timber and copper clad space introduces the latest music and speech systems together with balconies and retractable seating | Architectural Photographer | Architectural Detail Photography See blog post
The Crystal building by Siemens is a showcase project to demonstrate the latest ‘green’ building technologies within a working building. The building generates 70% less CO2 than a comparable building and has £0 heating costs. The triple glazed walls let in 70% of the natural light but only 30% of the solar energy. 199 ground source heat pipes, measuring a total of 17km and reaching a depth of 150m heat the building during the winter and provide summer cooling | Architectural Photographer
The Bridge Academy, Hackney by BDP has won a clutch of awards for it’s innovative, compact design. Over 15,500m² of teaching and recreational space are packed into this seven storey structure on a tight footprint alongside Regent’s canal | Architectural Photographer
The Thomas Deakin Academy by Foster and Partners Architects won a RIBA award for creating six teaching colleges connected internally by a central concourse covered by a partially glazed roof canopy. | Architectural Photographer
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