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Museum of Making Construction Photography

I was recently commissioned by White Arkitekter to photograph the construction and finished pavilion for Clerkenwell Design Week 2016. The Museum of Making, a Swedish barn – references White Arkitekter’s Scandinavian heritage, transposing this agricultural motif into an urban context. White’s team had chosen to deconstruct this Scandinavian archetype and showcase its simplicity in a new way.

As a photographer it's great to document the construction as well as the finished building or structure so this was a great commission and was fascinating to see Nicholas Alexander team build the pavilion over 4 days using Equitone Facades.

Below is a series of photographs of the process -


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