It’s really pleasing to see my clients have success in this competition for the second year running - Ian Ritchie Architects’ work at the Royal Academy of Music was crowned the overall Retrofit of the Year last year.
A growing collection of magazine front covers for Fraher and Findlay’s Signal House in Kings Cross:
My pictures for Dulwich Picture Gallery of their Colour Palace pavilion have been appearing on billboards and posters across London:
In early June I shot the brilliant Colour Palace pavilion at Dulwich Picture Gallery designed by architects Pricegore and artist Yinka Ilori. We rearranged the shoot several times to account for the final touches being applied to the structure and some highly variable weather. We eventually lucked out with a beautiful Sunday morning, and after a quick turnaround the images were featured across the mainstream and architectural press a couple of days later (see below). My Architecture portfolio page has more images of the pavilion.
A lovely project by Harp & Harp - simple and clever architecture, fine materials and excellent craftsmanship. A really nice touch is how the door reveals in the new extension pick up a pattern from the floor tiles in the hallway of the house. I think this is the first time my own shoes have been used for styling a shoot…
Ian Ritchie Architects' work at the Royal Academy of Music has been garnering awards and getting great coverage in the architectural and national press.
It was joint winner of London Building of the Year at the RIBA London Awards and also won a RIBA National Award. It won best Culture and Community building at the New London Awards and is shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival Awards 2018.
The project was covered by Architecture Today and featured on the front cover. A nice double page-spread in the AJ's feature on the RIBA National Awards. And top billing in a BBC article on "Eight architectural treasures from RIBA awards".
Congratulations to all the team and let's hope the momentum keeps on growing...