Our Capital city has such varied architecture. One moment you are stood amongst ancient buildings navigated by tiny backstreets that were designed to accommodate carriages and horse carts. The next, you are wandering along canals and towpaths that were created to feed an insatiable industrial growth.
Today, neither are used as they were intended. However, as with much of our architectural heritage, they are repurposed and reinvented to add interest and life and as such, they endure. This week I was visiting the surprisingly tranquil canals of Paddington to shoot another successful Maris project. An impressive project with some amazing views delivered in challenging times. Congrats to Catriona Hughes and the design team at Maris.