I recently had the pleasure of doing another interior design photography job for Space Workplace is a well-established interior design and build company based in London. They concentrate on the high-end business sector and they have worked for some of the major banks, media agencies and technology companies. Their services include design and 3D visualisation as well executing and overlooking the building and refurbishing process.
They commissioned me to photograph the brand new European head quarter of an international oil company located at a prime location in the near Hyde Park.
The office features an impressive meeting room with two top of the line video conferencing systems. The carpet and the wallpaper feature a stylish cool blue. Along the hallway are various offices each equipped with handpicked designer furniture.
The generous kitchen includes top-notch appliances and posh materials.
The unquestioned highlight however is the entrance hall. A large map of the world embossed in leather is covering the entire left hand wall. The Paragon logo made from steal is hung on the opposite wall.
Whenever I am working an interior design photography job I concentrate on finding the most interesting angles. I use ultra wide-angle lenses to capture as much of the room as possible. Interior or product design photography is often used for print so I have to make sure the image quality is as high as it can possibly be. To get the absolute minimum image noise I use very low ISO settings (ISO 100) and compensate with long exposure times (triggered wirelessly).