An architectural photography assignment for Berman Guedes Stretton Architects for their marketing portfolio and website.
“The strong architectural language of the existing 1960s Powell & Moya building inspired the form of the two new blocks of 37 graduate rooms 13 flats at Wolfson College in Oxford.
The horizontal granite aggregate bands and concrete columns of the original building have been sensitively translated into a contemporary design using the appropriate scale and materials.
Set adjacent to ancient meadow and the River Cherwell, the ´L´ shaped building, the second of two, makes the most of its green setting and has been carefully sited to maximise aspect and views. A new garden has been partially enclosed which together with the existing building forms an additional quad. Common rooms and top floor flats have large private balconies, which provide solar shading to the south elevation.” Berman Guedes Stretton
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