This house extension and refurbishment transforms a Victorian terraced property in a Highbury conservation area. The brief was to create open plan spaces with an improved relationship to the garden, and a kitchen that could be enjoyed as a social space.
Jim Stephenson Photography
Jim Stephenson is an architectural photographer and film maker with a specific focus on documenting people in the built environment and how they interact with buildings. Trained as an architectural technologist, on graduation Jim worked in the industry for almost ten years on both sides of the Atlantic. His background allows him to converse meaningfully with his clients; he understands the architect’s intent and confidently conveys this in his photography. Working with film-maker Edward Bishop, he also produces short films of architectural projects for clients and publications. Jim is also approved by the Civil Aviation Authority to legally pilot a drone for commercial purposes, holding an up to date PfCO. He has been commissioned to photograph and produces films on projects by a wide range of architects and designers, including BIG; Herzog & de Meuron; Assemble; Zaha Hadid Architects; dRMM; Studio in the Woods / Invisible Studio; AHMM; Wilkinson Eyre; Foster & Partners; Rogers, Stirk Harbour and Partners; John Pardey Architects; Rural Studio; PUP Architects; MVRDV; Sou Fujimoto Architects; 6a; Studio Weave and many others.
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Project: Polzeath Beach House Architects: McLean Quinlan Architects Interior Design: McLean Quinlan, Jam Interiors Structural Engineer: Frank Van Loock Associates Location: Polzeath, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom Year 2019 Photography: Jim Stephenson Looking out over the North Cornish coast nests a bespoke family beach house with commanding views over the panoramic surfing beach at Polzeath. The […]
Withdean Road House is a thoughtful, five double bedroom, modern house designed by the highly revered, RIBA award winning John Pardey Architects. The view from the street elegantly understates the property’s size and it’s not until you’re inside that the true generosity of space, light and materials is revealed. It is one of three newly […]