Hawkins\Brown | Brunel Railway Shed

The Brunel Railway Shed is a grade II listed Victorian building in High Wycombe, which was originally built by Isambard Kingdon Brunel in 1854 for Great Western Railway, 


The project, commissioned by Hawkins\Brown, seeks to sensitively refurbish and extend the neglected building, restoring character and breathing new life into the scheme. Our task was to create three images which would depict the arrival experiences of the proposal externally and the restored qualities and improvements internally.

We worked with local London based Photographer, Rachel Ferriman, to capture the scheme in a low afternoon sun, allowing the light to fall across and through the building beautifully, leading to the infusion of warm and inviting atmosphere within the finished imagery,

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