As interior photographers we work with some of the best designers, developers, manufacturers, retailers, hotels and restaurants in London and throughout the UK.
Great interior photography involves eye-catching angles, subtle lighting and accurate colours. Importantly we judge when to use additional lighting to emphasise features, finish and texture and when to use the subtlety of ambient light, and we always carry a variety of equipment to allow us to cope with any conditions.
We complete interior photography shoots efficiently and with the minimum amount of disruption – we often shoot hotels and restaurants for example, virtually without guests knowing that we’re there, using available light and slow exposures to get a soft, film-like effect.
We also understand the needs of interior design and lifestyle publications along with their specific preferences in style and lighting, increasing the chances of your images being published in your target media.
See our extensive portfolio of architectural photography and click on any of the images for more information.
Evans Vettori Architects win RIBA award with new Nottingham Trent University Pavilion. The £7 million scheme forms the new centre of the campus and includes social and exhibition areas, study and training rooms and teaching spaces. See blog post here
The new showroom at the Siemens Home Headquarters in Milton Keynes. Siemens, Bosch and Neff product groups all have demonstration brand zones within the showroom. The showroom features digital integration of display systems to illustrate the latest innovations and to adapt flexibly to retailers. See blog post here
The RIBA award winning National Graphene Institute, housed within the five-story glass-fronted building that cost £30 million, is the national centre for graphene research in the UK. See blog post here
Dimt expands into 2 More London Place combining contemporary chinese dishes with amazing views of London Bridge, The interior of Dimt London Bridge brings a contemporary look to this prime location. With bright, primary colourways and extensive use of modern ash wood seating, the interior has a modern, quality look. See blog post here
The Church studio in Crouch End, London is housed in a 160 year old Agapemonite church which started to be used for music in the 1980’s. Since then a succession of musical icons have either owned the studio or have recorded key pieces of work there. In 1984, Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox rented the vast church room for the recently formed Eurythmics and recorded many albums there including Sweet Dreams.
Royal Ascot Racecourse has hosted horse racing since 1711. Between September 2004 and June 2006, a £200m tubular steel and glass grandstand was built to accommodate the 30,000 visitors that the course welcomes during the five days of Royal Ascot week. See blog post here
The Cafe Royal Hotel has opened a luxury spa under the buzzing pavements of Regent Street. Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre is a 1200m² luxury Spa Centre providing holistic experiences at the luxury 5* hotel. David Chipperfield Architects have transformed this compact basement area into four ‘elements’ zones.
University Square Stratford by Make Architects is the new teaching block for the University of East London and is a joint venture between UEL and Birkbeck, University of London at the heart of Stratford’s cultural district that opened in 2013 costing £33 million.
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