The UK’s most elegant contemporary building and the future of architectural photography.

The sun gently descended transforming the streamlined aluminium colonnade fins into delicate shades of dusty pink, gently fading into a smokey blue. With one camera time-lapsing this transformation of the building, another on our drone capturing those previously impossible angles and the last moving on ground level documenting the monumental volumes, we certainly had our hands full at Cambridge Science Park.

The expectations of the architectural photographer have shifted dramatically in recent years and the Covid lockdowns have provided us with some time to reflect on our practice and further refine the motion side of our offerings.

Still images certainly fill a requirement in any architectural practices marketing, however as internet speeds rise the appetite for motion content increases. Moving in, around and through an architectural space really takes the audience on an intimate journey. We are really excited to hear what you think about the short video above.

Cambridge Science Park Plot 1 – 21
Cambridge Science Park Plot 1 – 21
Cambridge Science Park Plot 1 – 21
Cambridge Science Park Plot 1 – 21
Cambridge Science Park Plot 1 – 21
Cambridge Science Park Plot 1 – 21
Cambridge Science Park Plot 1 – 21
Cambridge Science Park Plot 1 – 21

The architects Scott Brownrigg worked tirelessly to produce possibly the cleanest most refined structure we have photographed. Every detail is a masterclass in minimal design aided by Ramboll UK’s engineering skills.

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