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On assignment for Sotheby's Magazine.

On assignment for Sotheby's Magazine.

Blocks of wood used as bar stools are interspersed throughout the artwork AGORA by Richard Wentworth. The painting is an abstract design that covers the entire floor area of a disused car park roof in Peckham and was commissioned by Bold Tendencies.

 White Cube, a contemporary art gallery, in Mason's Yard is owned by Jay Jopling. The building is constructed on the site of an electricity sub-station and is the first free-standing structure to be built in the historic St James area for more than 30 years.

White Cube, a contemporary art gallery, in Mason's Yard is owned by Jay Jopling. The building is constructed on the site of an electricity sub-station and is the first free-standing structure to be built in the historic St James area for more than 30 years.

 A couple greet each other on London's famous bespoke tailoring street. Saville Row has been a home to the tailoring business since 1803.

A couple greet each other on London's famous bespoke tailoring street. Saville Row has been a home to the tailoring business since 1803.

 The entrance to Piccadilly Arcade on Jermyn Street in central London. It was originally designed by Thrale Jell and first opened in 1909.

The entrance to Piccadilly Arcade on Jermyn Street in central London. It was originally designed by Thrale Jell and first opened in 1909.

 Fans crowd around the American actor, Channing Tatum, during his tour in London to promote his new film Magic Mike XXL.

Fans crowd around the American actor, Channing Tatum, during his tour in London to promote his new film Magic Mike XXL.

 Students playing by the fountains in Granary Square by the Granary Building. The building was designed in 1852 by Lewis Cubitt, the architect of King’s Cross station. Once used to store wheat for London’s bakers, today the elegant building is a creative warehouse, home to the world famous art school, St Martin's College.

Students playing by the fountains in Granary Square by the Granary Building. The building was designed in 1852 by Lewis Cubitt, the architect of King’s Cross station. Once used to store wheat for London’s bakers, today the elegant building is a creative warehouse, home to the world famous art school, St Martin's College.

 After 150 years of industrial use, the area to the north of King’s Cross station is being transformed into a vibrant new city quarter.  The King's Cross Pond Club is a new development that recently opened its doors to the public. 

After 150 years of industrial use, the area to the north of King’s Cross station is being transformed into a vibrant new city quarter.  The King's Cross Pond Club is a new development that recently opened its doors to the public. 

 After 150 years of industrial use, the area to the north of King’s Cross station is being transformed into a vibrant new city quarter.  The King's Cross Pond Club is a new development that recently opened its doors to the public. 

After 150 years of industrial use, the area to the north of King’s Cross station is being transformed into a vibrant new city quarter.  The King's Cross Pond Club is a new development that recently opened its doors to the public. 

 A woman visits the courtyard of the Royal Academy admiring the outdoor artworks. The Royal Academy of Arts (RA) has a unique position as an independent, privately funded institution led by eminent artists and architects; its purpose is to promote the creation, enjoyment and appreciation of the visual arts through exhibitions, education and debate.

A woman visits the courtyard of the Royal Academy admiring the outdoor artworks. The Royal Academy of Arts (RA) has a unique position as an independent, privately funded institution led by eminent artists and architects; its purpose is to promote the creation, enjoyment and appreciation of the visual arts through exhibitions, education and debate.

 Inside Bold Tendencies, a not-for-profit art organisation that has transformed a disused multi-storey car park in Peckham through its summer programme of visual art, architecture, music, theatre, film and literature.

Inside Bold Tendencies, a not-for-profit art organisation that has transformed a disused multi-storey car park in Peckham through its summer programme of visual art, architecture, music, theatre, film and literature.

 Visitors at the 2015 Serpentine Pavillion, designed by the architecture studio, Selgascano. José Selgas and Lucía Cano established Selgascano in Madrid, Spain, in 1998.

Visitors at the 2015 Serpentine Pavillion, designed by the architecture studio, Selgascano. José Selgas and Lucía Cano established Selgascano in Madrid, Spain, in 1998.

 The Derek Jarman Garden on the rooftop of a Peckham car park was commissioned by Bold Tendencies as part of the artistic programme curated by Joe Balfour with Greta Hewison in 2013.

The Derek Jarman Garden on the rooftop of a Peckham car park was commissioned by Bold Tendencies as part of the artistic programme curated by Joe Balfour with Greta Hewison in 2013.

 The Arch, presented by the artist Henry Moore, is a six-metre high Roman travertine sculpture positioned on the north bank of the Long Water in Kensington Gardens. 

The Arch, presented by the artist Henry Moore, is a six-metre high Roman travertine sculpture positioned on the north bank of the Long Water in Kensington Gardens. 

 In Victorian times, King’s Cross was an important industrial heartland. But by the late 20th Century, the area known as the railway lands had become a series of disused buildings, railway sidings, warehouses and contaminated land. The 1996 decision to move the Channel Tunnel Rail Link from Waterloo to St Pancras became the catalyst for change. The landowners – London & Continental Railways Limited and Excel (now DHL) have decided to develop the land.

In Victorian times, King’s Cross was an important industrial heartland. But by the late 20th Century, the area known as the railway lands had become a series of disused buildings, railway sidings, warehouses and contaminated land. The 1996 decision to move the Channel Tunnel Rail Link from Waterloo to St Pancras became the catalyst for change. The landowners – London & Continental Railways Limited and Excel (now DHL) have decided to develop the land.

 Londoners and a traditional British payphone in Piccadilly Circus.

Londoners and a traditional British payphone in Piccadilly Circus.

 Visitors inside the National Portrait Gallery, an art museum in Trafalgar Square in Central London. Founded in 1824, it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900.

Visitors inside the National Portrait Gallery, an art museum in Trafalgar Square in Central London. Founded in 1824, it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900.

 A visitor inside the 2015 Serpentine Pavillion, designed by the architecture studio, Selgascano. José Selgas and Lucía Cano established Selgascano in Madrid, Spain, in 1998.

A visitor inside the 2015 Serpentine Pavillion, designed by the architecture studio, Selgascano. José Selgas and Lucía Cano established Selgascano in Madrid, Spain, in 1998.

 Passers-by admiring a Bentley car parkedon Clifford Street that adjoins to Bond Street in Mayfair. The street, consisting of two sections, has been a fashionable shopping street since the 18th century and is the home of many luxury fashion shops. Bond Street is one of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world and, in 2010, it was Europe's most expensive retail location.

Passers-by admiring a Bentley car parkedon Clifford Street that adjoins to Bond Street in Mayfair. The street, consisting of two sections, has been a fashionable shopping street since the 18th century and is the home of many luxury fashion shops. Bond Street is one of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world and, in 2010, it was Europe's most expensive retail location.

 Indian tourists catching a ride on a rickshaw outside the The National Portrait Gallery. The art gallery houses a collection of portraits of historically important and famous British people. It was the first portrait gallery in the world when it opened in 1856.

Indian tourists catching a ride on a rickshaw outside the The National Portrait Gallery. The art gallery houses a collection of portraits of historically important and famous British people. It was the first portrait gallery in the world when it opened in 1856.

 AGORA by Richard Wentworth. The painting is an abstract design that covers the entire floor area of a disused car park roof in Peckham and was commissioned by Bold Tendencies.

AGORA by Richard Wentworth. The painting is an abstract design that covers the entire floor area of a disused car park roof in Peckham and was commissioned by Bold Tendencies.

 A view of the National Gallery from Trafalgar Square. The name of the square commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar, a British naval victory of the Napoleonic Wars over France and Spain which took place on 21 October 1805 off the coast of Cape Trafalgar, Spain. The original name was to have been "King William the Fourth's Square", but George Ledwell Taylor suggested the name "Trafalgar Square".

A view of the National Gallery from Trafalgar Square. The name of the square commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar, a British naval victory of the Napoleonic Wars over France and Spain which took place on 21 October 1805 off the coast of Cape Trafalgar, Spain. The original name was to have been "King William the Fourth's Square", but George Ledwell Taylor suggested the name "Trafalgar Square".

 The entrance to Piccadilly Arcade on Jermyn Street in central London. It was originally designed by Thrale Jell and first opened in 1909.

The entrance to Piccadilly Arcade on Jermyn Street in central London. It was originally designed by Thrale Jell and first opened in 1909.

On assignment for Sotheby's Magazine.

Blocks of wood used as bar stools are interspersed throughout the artwork AGORA by Richard Wentworth. The painting is an abstract design that covers the entire floor area of a disused car park roof in Peckham and was commissioned by Bold Tendencies.

White Cube, a contemporary art gallery, in Mason's Yard is owned by Jay Jopling. The building is constructed on the site of an electricity sub-station and is the first free-standing structure to be built in the historic St James area for more than 30 years.

A couple greet each other on London's famous bespoke tailoring street. Saville Row has been a home to the tailoring business since 1803.

The entrance to Piccadilly Arcade on Jermyn Street in central London. It was originally designed by Thrale Jell and first opened in 1909.

Fans crowd around the American actor, Channing Tatum, during his tour in London to promote his new film Magic Mike XXL.

Students playing by the fountains in Granary Square by the Granary Building. The building was designed in 1852 by Lewis Cubitt, the architect of King’s Cross station. Once used to store wheat for London’s bakers, today the elegant building is a creative warehouse, home to the world famous art school, St Martin's College.

After 150 years of industrial use, the area to the north of King’s Cross station is being transformed into a vibrant new city quarter.  The King's Cross Pond Club is a new development that recently opened its doors to the public. 

After 150 years of industrial use, the area to the north of King’s Cross station is being transformed into a vibrant new city quarter.  The King's Cross Pond Club is a new development that recently opened its doors to the public. 

A woman visits the courtyard of the Royal Academy admiring the outdoor artworks. The Royal Academy of Arts (RA) has a unique position as an independent, privately funded institution led by eminent artists and architects; its purpose is to promote the creation, enjoyment and appreciation of the visual arts through exhibitions, education and debate.

Inside Bold Tendencies, a not-for-profit art organisation that has transformed a disused multi-storey car park in Peckham through its summer programme of visual art, architecture, music, theatre, film and literature.

Visitors at the 2015 Serpentine Pavillion, designed by the architecture studio, Selgascano. José Selgas and Lucía Cano established Selgascano in Madrid, Spain, in 1998.

The Derek Jarman Garden on the rooftop of a Peckham car park was commissioned by Bold Tendencies as part of the artistic programme curated by Joe Balfour with Greta Hewison in 2013.

The Arch, presented by the artist Henry Moore, is a six-metre high Roman travertine sculpture positioned on the north bank of the Long Water in Kensington Gardens. 

In Victorian times, King’s Cross was an important industrial heartland. But by the late 20th Century, the area known as the railway lands had become a series of disused buildings, railway sidings, warehouses and contaminated land. The 1996 decision to move the Channel Tunnel Rail Link from Waterloo to St Pancras became the catalyst for change. The landowners – London & Continental Railways Limited and Excel (now DHL) have decided to develop the land.

Londoners and a traditional British payphone in Piccadilly Circus.

Visitors inside the National Portrait Gallery, an art museum in Trafalgar Square in Central London. Founded in 1824, it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900.

A visitor inside the 2015 Serpentine Pavillion, designed by the architecture studio, Selgascano. José Selgas and Lucía Cano established Selgascano in Madrid, Spain, in 1998.

Passers-by admiring a Bentley car parkedon Clifford Street that adjoins to Bond Street in Mayfair. The street, consisting of two sections, has been a fashionable shopping street since the 18th century and is the home of many luxury fashion shops. Bond Street is one of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world and, in 2010, it was Europe's most expensive retail location.

Indian tourists catching a ride on a rickshaw outside the The National Portrait Gallery. The art gallery houses a collection of portraits of historically important and famous British people. It was the first portrait gallery in the world when it opened in 1856.

AGORA by Richard Wentworth. The painting is an abstract design that covers the entire floor area of a disused car park roof in Peckham and was commissioned by Bold Tendencies.

A view of the National Gallery from Trafalgar Square. The name of the square commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar, a British naval victory of the Napoleonic Wars over France and Spain which took place on 21 October 1805 off the coast of Cape Trafalgar, Spain. The original name was to have been "King William the Fourth's Square", but George Ledwell Taylor suggested the name "Trafalgar Square".

The entrance to Piccadilly Arcade on Jermyn Street in central London. It was originally designed by Thrale Jell and first opened in 1909.

On assignment for Sotheby's Magazine.
 White Cube, a contemporary art gallery, in Mason's Yard is owned by Jay Jopling. The building is constructed on the site of an electricity sub-station and is the first free-standing structure to be built in the historic St James area for more than 30 years.
 A couple greet each other on London's famous bespoke tailoring street. Saville Row has been a home to the tailoring business since 1803.
 The entrance to Piccadilly Arcade on Jermyn Street in central London. It was originally designed by Thrale Jell and first opened in 1909.
 Fans crowd around the American actor, Channing Tatum, during his tour in London to promote his new film Magic Mike XXL.
 Students playing by the fountains in Granary Square by the Granary Building. The building was designed in 1852 by Lewis Cubitt, the architect of King’s Cross station. Once used to store wheat for London’s bakers, today the elegant building is a creative warehouse, home to the world famous art school, St Martin's College.
 After 150 years of industrial use, the area to the north of King’s Cross station is being transformed into a vibrant new city quarter.  The King's Cross Pond Club is a new development that recently opened its doors to the public. 
 After 150 years of industrial use, the area to the north of King’s Cross station is being transformed into a vibrant new city quarter.  The King's Cross Pond Club is a new development that recently opened its doors to the public. 
 A woman visits the courtyard of the Royal Academy admiring the outdoor artworks. The Royal Academy of Arts (RA) has a unique position as an independent, privately funded institution led by eminent artists and architects; its purpose is to promote the creation, enjoyment and appreciation of the visual arts through exhibitions, education and debate.
 Inside Bold Tendencies, a not-for-profit art organisation that has transformed a disused multi-storey car park in Peckham through its summer programme of visual art, architecture, music, theatre, film and literature.
 Visitors at the 2015 Serpentine Pavillion, designed by the architecture studio, Selgascano. José Selgas and Lucía Cano established Selgascano in Madrid, Spain, in 1998.
 The Derek Jarman Garden on the rooftop of a Peckham car park was commissioned by Bold Tendencies as part of the artistic programme curated by Joe Balfour with Greta Hewison in 2013.
 The Arch, presented by the artist Henry Moore, is a six-metre high Roman travertine sculpture positioned on the north bank of the Long Water in Kensington Gardens. 
 In Victorian times, King’s Cross was an important industrial heartland. But by the late 20th Century, the area known as the railway lands had become a series of disused buildings, railway sidings, warehouses and contaminated land. The 1996 decision to move the Channel Tunnel Rail Link from Waterloo to St Pancras became the catalyst for change. The landowners – London & Continental Railways Limited and Excel (now DHL) have decided to develop the land.
 Londoners and a traditional British payphone in Piccadilly Circus.
 Visitors inside the National Portrait Gallery, an art museum in Trafalgar Square in Central London. Founded in 1824, it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900.
 A visitor inside the 2015 Serpentine Pavillion, designed by the architecture studio, Selgascano. José Selgas and Lucía Cano established Selgascano in Madrid, Spain, in 1998.
 Passers-by admiring a Bentley car parkedon Clifford Street that adjoins to Bond Street in Mayfair. The street, consisting of two sections, has been a fashionable shopping street since the 18th century and is the home of many luxury fashion shops. Bond Street is one of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world and, in 2010, it was Europe's most expensive retail location.
 Indian tourists catching a ride on a rickshaw outside the The National Portrait Gallery. The art gallery houses a collection of portraits of historically important and famous British people. It was the first portrait gallery in the world when it opened in 1856.
 AGORA by Richard Wentworth. The painting is an abstract design that covers the entire floor area of a disused car park roof in Peckham and was commissioned by Bold Tendencies.
 A view of the National Gallery from Trafalgar Square. The name of the square commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar, a British naval victory of the Napoleonic Wars over France and Spain which took place on 21 October 1805 off the coast of Cape Trafalgar, Spain. The original name was to have been "King William the Fourth's Square", but George Ledwell Taylor suggested the name "Trafalgar Square".
 The entrance to Piccadilly Arcade on Jermyn Street in central London. It was originally designed by Thrale Jell and first opened in 1909.