Panorama – Visualising the London skyline

by | Mar 9, 2016 | 0 comments

New London Architecture (NLA) asked me to take a panorama shot spanning from Liverpool Street to the London Eye for an article in The Architects’ Journal.

My images alongside CGI by Visualhouse, have been used to visualise the number of tall buildings earmarked for the London skyline according to research released by NLA and property adviser GL Hearn.

The data shows that plans for 119 new towers have emerged since this time last year, increasing the total number of proposed skyscrapers in the capital to 436.

The story and images were also picked up by Dezeen, CityAM, Metro and shared across social media.

Client | New London Architecture
Images | Dan Lowe and Visualhouse