View over some of London’s most iconic buildings. After St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower 42 is the grand old lady of tall buildings here, having been first occupied in 1980, with the Lloyds building following in ’86. It seems impossible to think of the City of London now without the Gherkin (30 St Mary Axe) which […]
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One of the most architecturally distinctive buildings in the City of London, the Lloyd’s Building, designed by Richard Rogers, was completed in 1986. Its radical design features external lifts and ducts, helping earn it the nickname ‘the Inside-Out Building’. Today the building is overlooked by many of the City’s newer skyscrapers, including the Walkie-Talkie at 20 Fenchurch Street and Rogers’ newest project, the Leadenhall Building.
When setting up a shoot from a tall building, it’s easy to become absorbed in the technicalities. The kit, the back-up in case of equipment failure, the technical process, waiting for the right weather, there’s much to plan for. And then, there are moments of pure magic for me when the light is briefly quite […]
Twilight panoramic view from the Renzo Piano building – London’s tallest and most spectacular new skyscraper, The Shard London Bridge. The River Thames sweeps past the illuminated City from Tower Bridge past London Bridge to Millennium Bridge and beyond. Many of London’s landmarks are visible in the cityscape, from Canary Wharf to the towering City […]