Photographs of Aleppo, Syria from 16 Feb 2011, a few days before the start of the civil war. Also see Palmyra from the same period.

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

St David’s Cathedral at dusk from the gatehouse, started 1123, Pembrokeshire. St David’s Cathedral at dusk from the gatehouse, started 1123, Pembrokeshire.

Path to the ruins of St Non’s Chapel, held by tradition to mark the birthplace of St David, Pembrokeshire. Path to the ruins of St Non’s Chapel, held by tradition to mark the birthplace of St David, Pembrokeshire.

Nave of St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire. Nave of St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.

Seascape (glimmer), St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire. Seascape (glimmer), St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Early morning, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire. Early morning, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.

Seascape II, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire. Seascape II, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.

St. Non’s Well, said to have sprung up during a thunderstorm when St. David was born about 500 AD. Its waters are reputed to have healing properties, St Davids, Pembrokeshire. St. Non’s Well, said to have sprung up during a thunderstorm when St. David was born about 500 AD. Its waters are reputed to have healing properties, St Davids, Pembrokeshire.

Porth y Ffynnon, St Davids, Pembrokeshire. Porth y Ffynnon, St Davids, Pembrokeshire.

Oak ceiling above the nave, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire. Oak ceiling above the nave, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.

Seascape III, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire. Seascape III, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Chest tomb showing incline of nave, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire. Chest tomb showing incline of nave, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.

Seascape IV, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire. Seascape IV, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Tomb stone, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire. Tomb stone, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.

Treginnis Uchaf, St David’s head, Pembrokeshire. Treginnis Uchaf, St David’s head, Pembrokeshire.

West front of St David’s Cathedral made of distinctive purple Cambrian sandstone, Pembrokeshire. West front of St David’s Cathedral made of distinctive purple Cambrian sandstone, Pembrokeshire.

Seascape V, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire. Seascape V, St Bride’s…

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Malator from above, an earth house built in 1998. Architect: Future Systems. Druidston Haven, Pembrokeshire. Malator from above, an earth house built in 1998. Architect: Future Systems. Druidston Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Malator entrance and St Bride’s Bay. Architect: Future Systems. Druidston Haven, Pembrokeshire. Malator entrance and St Bride’s Bay. Architect: Future Systems. Druidston Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Malator open-plan living space. Architect: Future Systems. Druidston Haven, Pembrokeshire. Malator open-plan living space. Architect: Future Systems. Druidston Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Malator, the buried design allowed the building to be approved within a National Park. Architect: Future Systems. Druidston Haven, Pembrokeshire. Malator, the buried design allowed the building to be approved within a National Park. Architect: Future Systems. Druidston Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Seascape I, Newgale Sands, Pembrokeshire. Seascape I, Newgale Sands, Pembrokeshire.

Trefrane Colliery, Engine House Chimney, 1850s, Pembrokeshire. Trefrane Colliery, Engine House Chimney, 1850s, Pembrokeshire.

Seascape II, Newgale Sands, Pembrokeshire. Seascape II, Newgale Sands, Pembrokeshire.

Newgale Sands, Pembrokeshire. Newgale Sands, Pembrokeshire.

Glow, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire. Glow, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Flight, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire. Flight, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.

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South Hook LNG terminal jetty, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. South Hook LNG terminal jetty, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Emplacement, South Hook Fort, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. Victorian 64pdr Practice Battery Emplacement, South Hook Fort, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Seaweed, Sandy Haven Pill, Pembrokeshire. Seaweed, Sandy Haven Pill, Pembrokeshire.

Little Castle Head Beacon, Pembrokeshire. Little Castle Head Beacon, Pembrokeshire.

Artist Jon Foreman at work, Lindsway Bay, Pembrokeshire. Artist Jon Foreman at work, Lindsway Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Tide line, Musselwick, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire. Tide line, Musselwick, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

Musselwick, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire. Musselwick, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

3,000km walked since St Paul’s, London, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire. 3,000km walked since St Paul’s, London, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

Digging for bait, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire. Digging for bait, Gann Beach, Pembrokeshire.

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Criss-cross. Pylons on the Angle peninsula, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire. Criss-cross. Pylons on the Angle peninsula, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire.

Defences. Contemporary gabion revetments & Pembroke Castle built in 1093, Pembrokeshire. Defences. Contemporary gabion revetments & Pembroke Castle built in 1093, Pembrokeshire.

Bush Hill, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire. Bush Hill, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire.

High Contrast. Martello tower, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire. High Contrast. Martello tower, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire.

Happy Christmas from Sheila and Family, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire. Happy Christmas from Sheila and Family, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire.

Yellow & Blue, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire. Yellow & Blue, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire.

The Brunel Quay Hotel, Neyland, Pembrokeshire. The Brunel Quay Hotel, Neyland, Pembrokeshire.

Taking Root. Neyland, Pembrokeshire. Taking Root. Neyland, Pembrokeshire.

Dragon LNG Terminal, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. Dragon LNG Terminal, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Pipeline Crossing, Dragon LNG Terminal, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. Pipeline Crossing, Dragon LNG Terminal, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Pipelines, Dragon LNG Terminal, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. Pipelines, Dragon LNG Terminal, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Jetty, Dragon LNG Terminal, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. Jetty, Dragon LNG Terminal, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Third day in the rain, near Cleddau Bridge, Pembrokeshire. Third day in the rain, near Cleddau Bridge, Pembrokeshire.

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Winter dawn, Whitedole Bay, Dyfed. Winter dawn, Whitedole Bay, Dyfed.

Decisions, decisions, Castles bay, Dyfed. Decisions, decisions, Castles bay, Dyfed.

WW2 searchlight bunker, Angle Peninsula, Dyfed. WW2 searchlight bunker, Angle Peninsula, Dyfed.

Seascape, Angle Peninsula, Dyfed. Seascape, Angle Peninsula, Dyfed.

Milford Haven Jetty for delivery of Liquefied Natural Gas, South Hook Terminal, Dyfed. Milford Haven Jetty for delivery of Liquefied Natural Gas, South Hook Terminal, Dyfed.

Pembroke Oil Refinery across Angle Bay, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed. Pembroke Oil Refinery across Angle Bay, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed.

South Hook LNG terminal and jetty, Dyfed. South Hook LNG terminal and jetty, Dyfed.

Storage Tank, Pembroke Oil Refinery, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed. Storage Tank, Pembroke Oil Refinery, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed.

Chimney forest, Pembroke Oil Refinery, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed. Chimney forest, Pembroke Oil Refinery, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed.

St Mary’s Church with Pembroke Oil Refinery Flares, Pwllcrochan, Dyfed. St Mary’s Church with Pembroke Oil Refinery Flares, Pwllcrochan, Dyfed.

Pembroke natural gas-fired Power Station, the largest in Europe, Dyfed. Pembroke natural gas-fired Power Station, the largest in Europe, Dyfed.

Pembroke Oil Refinery at dusk, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed. Pembroke Oil Refinery at dusk, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed.

Night hiking to Pembroke, Dyfed. Night hiking to Pembroke, Dyfed.

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Church Rock and Broad Haven Beach, Dyfed. Church Rock and Broad Haven Beach, Dyfed.

Mowingword cliffs, Dyfed. Mowingword cliffs, Dyfed.

Sentry box, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed. Sentry box, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed.

Church Rock & Stackpole Head, Dyfed. Church Rock & Stackpole Head, Dyfed.

WW2 Inland firing point, Trevellan Downs Tank Range, Dyfed. Protection bunker for WW2 mover system, Trevellan Downs Tank Range, Dyfed.

Seascape, St Govan’s Head, Dyfed. Seascape, St Govan’s Head, Dyfed.

Coastguard Lookout, St. Govan’s Head, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed. Coastguard Lookout, St. Govan’s Head, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed.

St Govan’s Chapel, built above a hermitage cell in the 14th century, Dyfed. St Govan’s Chapel, built above a hermitage cell in the 14th century, Dyfed.

Interior of St Govan’s Chapel, Dyfed. Interior of St Govan’s Chapel, Dyfed.

St Govan’s Chapel, Dyfed. St Govan’s Chapel, Dyfed.

Entrance to St Govan’s Chapel, Dyfed. Entrance to St Govan’s Chapel, Dyfed.

Old Spartan and Sultan armoured personnel carriers used as helicopter targets. Castlemartin range East, Dyfed Old Spartan and Sultan armoured personnel carriers used as helicopter targets, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed.

Cliffs at Newton Down, Dyfed. Cliffs at Newton Down, Dyfed.

Marker, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed. Marker, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed.

Radar Station at Castlehead, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed. Radar Station at Castlehead, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed.

Elegug Stacks (Elegug is the Welsh word for the guillemot), Dyfed. Elegug Stacks (Elegug is the Welsh word for the guillemot), Dyfed.

Flimston Bay, Dyfed. Flimston Bay, Dyfed.

Elegug Stacks and the south Pembrokeshire coast towards Stackpole Head, Dyfed. Elegug Stacks and the south Pembrokeshire coast towards Stackpole Head, Dyfed.

The Green Bridge of Wales, a natural arch formed from Limestone, Dyfed. The Green Bridge of Wales, a natural arch formed from Limestone, Dyfed.

Night hiking above the cliffs of Black Cave, Dyfed. Night hiking above the…

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Sunrise over Caldey Island lighthouse, Dyfed. Sunrise over Caldey Island lighthouse, Dyfed.

Jackdaws, Penally, Dyfed. Jackdaws, Penally, Dyfed.

Lydstep, Dyfed. Lydstep, Dyfed.

Constellation of net buoys, Lydstep Haven, Dyfed. Constellation of net buoys, Lydstep Haven, Dyfed.

Proud Giltar, Dyfed. Proud Giltar, Dyfed.

Amputation, Lydstep, Dyfed. Amputation, Lydstep, Dyfed.

Last glimpse, Caldey Island, Dyfed. Last glimpse, Caldey Island, Dyfed.

Air Defence Range Manorbier I, Dyfed. Air Defence Range Manorbier I, Dyfed.

Presipe, Manorbier, Dyfed. Presipe, Manorbier, Dyfed.

Air Defence Range Manorbier II, Dyfed. Air Defence Range Manorbier II, Dyfed.

Conigar pit, Manorbier, Dyfed. Conigar pit, Manorbier, Dyfed.

Fissure, Priest`s Nose, Manorbier, Dyfed. Fissure, Priest’s Nose, Manorbier, Dyfed.

King’s Quoit, Neolithic Burial Chamber, Manorbier, Dyfed. King’s Quoit, Neolithic Burial Chamber, Manorbier, Dyfed.

Double Yellow, Manorbier Castle, Dyfed. Double Yellow, Manorbier Castle, Dyfed.

Coast path to Freshwater East, Dyfed. Coast path to Freshwater East, Dyfed.

Freshwater East Beach, Dyfed. Freshwater East Beach, Dyfed.

Drinking Trough, Trewent Point, Dyfed. Drinking Trough, Trewent Point, Dyfed.

Gorse & Bracken, Trewent Point, Dyfed. Gorse & Bracken, Trewent Point, Dyfed.

Stars above Camp, Stackpole Head, Dyfed. Camp, Stackpole Head, Dyfed.

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