Bridge & Harold Lee Room at dusk

Bridge & Harold Lee Room at dusk

Bridge Handrail

Bridge Handrail

The Harold H W Lee Building & the bridge

The Harold H W Lee Building & the Bridge

Lobby

Lobby to Pichette Auditorium

Harold Lee Room,

Harold Lee Room

Harold Lee Room,

Harold Lee Room

Harold Lee Room

Harold Lee Room

Detail of handrail

Handrail detail

The Harold H W Lee Building

The Harold H W Lee Building

Bridge across to old buildings

Bridge across to old buildings

Pichette Auditorium

Pichette Auditorium

Pichette Auditorium

Pichette Auditorium

Pichette Auditorium

Pichette Auditorium

Pichette Auditorium with seats retracted

Pichette Auditorium with seats retracted

The Harold H W Lee Building & The Rokos Quad

The Harold H W Lee Building & The Rokos Quad

Bridge

Bridge

Bridge over Brewer Stree

Bridge over Brewer Street

The Harold H W Lee Building & the bridge

The Harold H W Lee Building & Bridge

The Mahfouz Building, Littlegate Street

The Mahfouz Building, Littlegate Street

Detail of bridge

Detail of Bridge

The Harold H W Lee Building & the bridge

The Harold H W Lee Building

Underside of Brideg

Underside of Bridge

The Harold H W Lee Building & the bridge

The Harold H W Lee Building & the Bridge

Bridge over Brewer Street

Bridge over Brewer Street

Plant Room

Plant Room

Stairs in the Wagstaff Building

Stairs in the Wagstaff Building

Farthings Cafe

Farthings Cafe

Rose Place Building

Rose Place Building

Art Gallery

Art Gallery

The Harold H W Lee Building & The Rokos Quad

The Harold H W Lee Building & The Rokos Quad

Harold H W Lee Building Building (detail)

Harold H W Lee Building Building (detail)

The Harold H W Lee Building & the Rokos Quad

The Harold H W Lee Building & the Rokos Quad

Cascading stairs in the Rokos Quad

Cascading stairs in the Rokos Quad

The Rose Place building & The Rokos Quad.

The Rose Place building & The Rokos Quad.

The Rokos Quad

The Rokos Quad

An assignment for Pembroke College, Oxford to photograph their new buildings which opened April 23rd, 2013

Click here for a record of the buildings previously on site, their demolition, archaelogy and a monthly record of the new building construction

Click Here for more images of the completed building

Building credits:
Architect: Berman Guedes Stretton
Contractor: Kingerlee
M&E Engineer: Hoare Lee
Project Manager: Bidwells
Structural Engineer: Price & Myers 

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Images from my photoshoot of AnalogFolk fit-out and interiors by architects Design Haus Liberty has been featured in Conde Magazine, Taiwan. Click here for more images of the project.

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My 30 favourite pictures from assignments and projects in 2012….

1/ The Walbrook Building by Foster and Partners More >>

London old and new. At left: St Stephen Walbrook Church built 1672-9 by architect Sir Christopher Wren. At right: Walbrook Office Building, built 2010. Architect: Foster and Partners. Engineer: Arup

2/ Oxford Street facade by Future Systems More >>

Contrasting old and new architecture in London. Detail of facades on Oxford Street, London. Left: Late 19th century facade now Radcliffe College Language School. Right: 187-195 Oxford Street faceted glass facade by architect’s Future Systems, built 2008

3/ M Shed by LAB Architecture Studio More >>

M Shed, Bristol at Dusk. Architect: LAB Architecture Studio

4/ Welsh Assembly by Richard Rogers More >>

Cedar wood ceiling inside the National Assembly for Wales Senedd (Senate) Building. Architect: Richard Rogers Partnership, 2006. Cardiff Bay, Wales.

5/ The Wave Car Park by Scott Brownrigg More >>

Detail of tensile fabric facade, The Wave Car park, Cardiff Bay, Wales. Architects: Scott Brownrigg

6/ Larch House by Millar + Howard Workshop More >>

Larch House at dusk, Horsley, Gloucestershire. Architect: Millar+Howard Workshop

7/ Gravesend Library by Clay Architecture More >>

Gravesend Library new entrance at dusk. Architect: Clay Architecture

8/ Biochemistry Building by Hawkins Brown More >>

Coloured glass fins of Oxford University Biochemistry Building in evening light

9/ Vanishing Shanghai More >>

Vanishing Shanghai II. The writing on the wall reads, “Overusage of Electricity Prohibited”. 2007

10/ Achaemenid Tombs at Naqsh-e Rustam, Iran More >>

Achaemenid Tombs at Naqsh-e Rustam

11/ Villa W, London by Krause Architects More >>

At the front door, the house opens up to provide clear views through to the garden and staircase

12/ Boiler Suit by Heatherwick Studio More >>

Detail of Boiler Suit, Guy’€™s Hospital, London designed by Heatherwick Studio

13/ Ian Davenport “Poured Lines: Southwark” More >>

Ian Davenport “Poured Lines: Southwark”, Liquid enamel on steel, 2006. Southwark Bridge, London

14/ Tower Bridge Road by Glas Architects More >>

Detail of apartments at 171 Tower Bridge Road, Southwark, London

15/ Romanian Vernacular Architecture More >>

Shadows on a wooden house from Naruja, Vrancea, Romania. Built C19

16/ King’s Cross Station by John McAslan More >>

2012 Steel lattice in front of the 1852 station booking hall.

17/ Graffiti mural on Megaro Hotel More >>

A graffiti mural on Megaro Hotel opposite St Pancras station, London, 2012.

18/ Aleppo Night Workshops, Syria More >>

Aleppo Streets at night, Syria

19/ Glimpses of Iran More >>

An Iranian girl looks out from the trunk of Sarv-e Abar-Kuh “cypress of Abar-Kuh”, also called the Zoroastrian Sarv, is a Cupressus sempervirens tree in Abarkuh, Yazd Iran. It is estimated to be over four thousand years old and may be the oldest living thing in Asia.

20/ The Beauty of Iranian Symmetry More >>

Interior of Octagonal Pavilion Tomb of the Sheikh Abdolsamad, Natanz, Iran.

21/ Mayfair Office by Data Nature Associates More >>

Glass reception desk and hidden meeting room in Portland stone

22/ Sweet Thames, run softly till I end my song More >>

Thames Waters X
100 miles downstream, dawn near Shiplake

23/ Paralympic Closing Ceremony, London 2012 More >>

Fireworks during conclusion of Paralympic closing ceremony 9th September

24/ Sports Hall by Original Field of Architecture More >>

Multi-Function Sports Hall at Magdalen College School, Oxford

25/ International Photography Awards: 1st place More >>

A silver birch tree grows through the floor on the terrace of Hotel Polissia.

26/ Contemporary Cotswold House More >>

Terrace overlooking rural Cotswold landscape

27/ Botanical Gardens by C.F. Moller More >>

View of the structure at dusk. C.F. Moller & Søren Jensen

28/ Aarhus Business School  More >>

Main circulation space at the heart of the building. Cubo Arkitekter & Søren Jensen

29/ The Freight Yard by 3XN & Søren Jensen More >>

The sky lights glowing at dusk

30/ Christmas Light Abstractions, London More >>

Selfridges, Oxford Street I

Selfridges, Oxford Street

The Perimeter

Gatehouse, Carmarthen Castle, Gwent. Gatehouse, Carmarthen Castle, Dyfed.

Carmarthen Castle, Gwent. Carmarthen Castle, Dyfed.

Dorsal at dawn, Carmarthen, Gwent. Dorsal at dawn, Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Bascule bridge over the River Towy, Carmarthen, Gwent. Bascule bridge over the River Towy, Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Road near Llangain, Gwent. Road near Llangain, Dyfed.

Gate, Llettyrneuadd, Gwent. Gate, Llettyrneuadd, Dyfed.

Road marker, near Llangain, Gwent. Road marker, near Llangain, Dyfed.

Overhead power lines, near Llangain, Gwent. Overhead power lines, near Llangain, Dyfed.

Liquid leaves, Llansteffan, Gwent. Liquid leaves, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Path to Llansteffan, Gwent. Path to Llansteffan, Dyfed.

River Towy from Llansteffan, Gwent. River Towy from Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Fallen leaves, Llansteffan, Gwent. Fallen leaves, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Castle Hill, Llansteffan, Gwent. Castle Hill, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Wharley Point, Gwent. Wharley Point, Dyfed.

Scott’s Bay, Llansteffan, Gwent. Scott’s Bay, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

East marsh, Laugharne, Gwent. East marsh, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Moonlit camp by the River Taf, near Laugharne, Gwent. Moonlit camp by the River Taf, near Laugharne, Dyfed.

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Hawthorn berries, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed. Hawthorn berries, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed.

Rail lines, Kidwelly Dyfed. Rail lines, Kidwelly, Dyfed.

Reeds, Kidwelly Canal, Dyfed. Reeds, Kidwelly Canal, Dyfed.

Robin, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed. Robin, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed.

St Mary’s Church, Kidwelly, Dyfed. St Mary’s Church, Kidwelly, Dyfed.

Kidwelly Castle and the River Gwendraeth, Dyfed. Kidwelly Castle and the River Gwendraeth, Dyfed.

South-East Tower, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed. South-East Tower, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

Gatehouse, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed. Gatehouse, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

Inner Ward (c,1275), Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed. Inner Ward (c,1275), Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

River Towy, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed. River Towy, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Llansteffan Castle, Dyfed. Llansteffan Castle, Dyfed.

Circular Feeder, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed. Circular Feeder, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Cwmyrarian, Dyfed. Cwmyrarian, Dyfed.

Underpass, Carmarthen, Dyfed. Underpass, Carmarthen, Dyfed.

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River Loughor, Dyfed. River Loughor, Dyfed.

Bridge in a field. Section of the original wooden Loughor railway viaduct designed by Brunel in 1952. Dyfed Bridge in a field. Section of the original wooden Loughor railway viaduct designed by Brunel in 1852, Dyfed

Machynys, Llanelli, Dyfed. Machynys, Llanelli, Dyfed.

Gower from Burry Port, Dyfed. Gower from Burry Port, Dyfed.

Burry Port Lighthouse, Burry Port was once the main coal exporting port for the nearby valleys, Dyfed. Burry Port Lighthouse, Burry Port was once the main coal exporting port for the nearby valleys, Dyfed.

Dunes at Pembrey Harbour, Dyfed. Dunes at Pembrey Harbour, Dyfed.

Moonlight at Cefn Sidan Beach, Dyfed. Moonlight at Cefn Sidan Beach, Dyfed.

Camp, Pembrey Forest, Dyfed. Camp, Pembrey Forest, Dyfed.

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Cedar wood ceiling inside the National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Bay. Architect: Richard Rogers Partnership. Cedar wood ceiling inside the National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Bay. Architect: Richard Rogers Partnership.

Stout Bay I, Glamorgan. Stout Bay I, Glamorgan.

Porthkerry Viaduct and Aberthaw Coal Train, Glamorgan. Porthkerry Viaduct and Aberthaw Coal Train, Glamorgan.

No.5 Blast furnace, Tata Steelworks, Port Talbot, Glamorgan. No.5 Blast furnace, Tata Steelworks, Port Talbot, Glamorgan.

Coal Silos, Tata Steelworks, Port Talbot, Glamorgan. Coal Silos, Tata Steelworks, Port Talbot, Glamorgan.

Lichen II, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan. Lichen II, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

WW2 Anti-Tank Cubes II, Limpert Bay, Glamorgan. WW2 Anti-Tank Cubes II, Limpert Bay, Glamorgan.

Drying sand, Langland Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Drying sand, Langland Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Coast path, Rams Tor, Gower, Glamorgan. Coast path, Rams Tor, Gower, Glamorgan.

Threecliff Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Threecliff Bay, Gower…

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Flooded Fields, Cwm Ivy Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan. Flooded Fields, Cwm Ivy Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan.

Bird Hide, Cwm Ivy Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan. Bird Hide, Cwm Ivy Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan.

Burry Pill, Landimore Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan. Burry Pill, Landimore Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan.

Tracks, Llanrhidian Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan. Tracks, Llanrhidian Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan.

Weobley Castle, a 14th-century fortified manor house, Gower, Glamorgan. Weobley Castle, a 14th-century fortified manor house, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point from Weobley Castle, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point from Weobley Castle, Gower, Glamorgan.

Arddangosfa / Exhibition, Weobley Castle, Gower, Glamorgan. Arddangosfa / Exhibition, Weobley Castle, Gower, Glamorgan.

Copse on Berges Island & Llanrhidian Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan. Copse on Berges Island & Llanrhidian Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan.

Phoenix, Llanrhidian, Gower, Glamorgan. Phoenix, Llanrhidian, Gower, Glamorgan.

Halloween on Cockle shells, Crofty, Gower, Glamorgan. Halloween on Cockle shells, Crofty, Gower, Glamorgan.

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Oystercatchers, Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Oystercatchers, Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s Head from Spaniard Rocks, Gower, Glamorgan. Worm’s Head from Spaniard Rocks, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Barrel jellyfish, Whiteford Sands, Gower, Glamorgan. Barrel jellyfish, Whiteford Sands, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Bay sky, Gower, Glamorgan. Broughton Bay sky, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Burrows, Gower, Glamorgan. Broughton Burrows, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse I, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse I, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse II, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse II, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse III, a cast-iron lighthouse built in 1865 to a design by John Bowen, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse III, a cast-iron lighthouse built in 1865 to a design by John Bowen, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse IV, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse IV, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse V, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse V, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse VI, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse VI, Gower, Glamorgan.

Camp, Berges Island, Gower, Glamorgan. Camp, Berges Island, Gower, Glamorgan.

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First Light, Oxwich Point, Gower, Glamorgan. First Light, Oxwich Point, Gower, Glamorgan.

Lichen I, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan. Lichen I, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

First glimpse of Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan. First glimpse of Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Lichen II, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan. Lichen II, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Culver Hole, a dovecote dating from the middle ages. The word "culver" derives from the Old English word "culfre", meaning pigeon or dove. Gower, Glamorgan. Culver Hole, a dovecote dating from the middle ages. The word “culver” derives from the Old English word “culfre”, meaning pigeon or dove. Gower, Glamorgan.

Approach to Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan. Approach to Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Overton Mere, Gower, Glamorgan. Overton Mere, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s Head from Red Chamber, Gower, Glamorgan. Worm’s Head from Red Chamber, Gower, Glamorgan.

Red Chamber cliffs, Gower, Glamorgan. Red Chamber cliffs, Gower, Glamorgan.

Gower Cliffs from Fall bay, Glamorgan. Gower Cliffs from Fall bay, Glamorgan.

Mussels on Worm’s Head causeway, Gower, Glamorgan. Mussels on Worm’s Head causeway, Gower, Glamorgan.

Selfie approaching Devil’s Bridge, Worm's Head, Gower, Glamorgan. Selfie approaching Devil’s Bridge, Worm’s Head, Gower, Glamorgan.

Outer Head, Worm’s Head, Gower, Glamorgan. Outer Head, Worm’s Head, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s head. Outer Head, Devil’s bridge and low neck from Inner Head. Gower, Glamorgan. Worm’s head. Outer Head, Devil’s bridge and low neck from Inner Head. Gower, Glamorgan.

Rhossili Bay & Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan. Rhossili Bay & Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan.

Burry Holms & Rhossili Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Burry Holms & Rhossili Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Last Light, Worm’s head on a rising tide. Named ‘Wurm’ meaning 'dragon' by Viking invaders. Gower, Glamorgan. Last Light, Worm’s head on a rising tide. Named ‘Wurm’ meaning ‘dragon’ by Viking invaders. Gower, Glamorgan.

Old Rectory, Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan. Old Rectory, Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan.

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Mumbles Lighthouse, near Swansea, Glamorgan. Mumbles Lighthouse, near Swansea, Glamorgan.

Coast path, Rams Tor, Gower, Glamorgan. Coast path, Rams Tor, Gower, Glamorgan.

Drying sand, Langland Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Drying sand, Langland Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Deep Slade & Pwlldu Head, Gower, Glamorgan. Deep Slade & Pwlldu Head, Gower, Glamorgan.

Great Tor, Threecliff Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Great Tor, Threecliff Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Climbing Cow, Pwlldu Head, Gower, Glamorgan. Climbing Cow, Pwlldu Head, Gower, Glamorgan.

Threecliff Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Threecliff Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Great Tor & Gower headlands towards Swansea, Glamorgan. Great Tor & Gower headlands towards Swansea, Glamorgan.

Oxwich Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Oxwich Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Abandoned chair, Oxwich Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Abandoned chair, Oxwich Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Camp, Oxwich Point, Gower, Glamorgan. Camp, Oxwich Point, Gower, Glamorgan.

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