An architectural photography assignment for Atkins for inclusion in their annual report.

This photoshoot makes optimum use use of the the glowing sky at dusk and tilt/shift lenses to correct perspective distortion which enhance the clean modern lines of the building.

The new £12 million Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre is one of a small number of specialist public facilities which house & preserve the ancient documents, objects and archaeology of the United Kingdom in local centres overseen by the National Archives of England. It carries out important custodial, educational and promotional roles in a super modern holistic 21st Century Library, Archive & History Centre.

View the entire photoshoot here




See more architectural photography by Quintin Lake in the  book Drawing Parallels, Architecture Observed

Photography © Quintin Lake, 2009