Liverpool Lime Street Gateway Project & Railway Station – photograph by Simon Kirwan www.the-lightbox.com. Development overseen by English Partnerships.
Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head, Liverpool Waterfront. Designed by architects 3XN and engineers Buro Happold – Architectural Photography By Simon Kirwan, using Fujifilm X-Pro 1 + XF 60mm f2.4 macro lens.
Exhibition Centre Liverpool Connected to BT Convention Centre – Photography By Simon Kirwan. Pedestrian walkway linking the new Exhibition Centre Liverpool with BT Convention Centre Liverpool, consisting of 30 tonne steel link bridge clad in glass. Client: ACC Liverpool Archictect: Denton Corker Marshall Engineer: Booth King Construction: ISG
Harton Quays Park, South Shields – Landscape Architecture by . Part of the first phase of the Riverside Regeneration Strategy by South Tyneside Council. Architectural Photography By Simon Kirwan.
Holiday Inn Express, Liverpool John Lennon Airport – Architectural Photography By Simon Kirwan www.the-lightbox.com
Holiday Inn, Brno, Czech Republic – Architectural Photography By Simon Kirwan www.the-lightbox.com
Holiday Inn, Bratislava, Slovakia – Architectural Photography By Simon Kirwan www.the-lightbox.com
Liver Building from 20 Chapel St, Liverpool – Architectural Photography By Simon Kirwan
Squinty Bridge, Clyde Arc, Glasgow, Scotland – Architectural Photography By Simon Kirwan
One Park West, César Pelli, Liverpool – Architectural photography by Simon Kirwan
Keep the Ziggurat – John Madin’s Birmingham Central Library – architectural photography by Simon Kirwan
Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight village, founded in 1922 by Sunlight Soap magnate, William Lever, 1st Viscount Leverhulme, designed by William and Segar Owen – architectural photography by Simon Kirwan
Tiled Ceiling & Arches, Dr Duncan’s Pub, Liverpool – Photo By Simon Kirwan. Now re-opened, Dr Duncan’s pub in Liverpool.
Tees Transporter Bridge Middlesbrough – Photo By Simon Kirwan Design: Transporter Bridge, Designed by Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Co. Limited, Darlington Longest span: 851 ft (259 m) Clearance below: 225 ft (69 m) Contractor: Sir William Arrol & Co. Constructed by: Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company Opened: 17 October 1911
Southport Convention Centre & Ramada Plaza hotel under construction. Contractor: Allenbuild – Photography by Simon Kirwan
Arena Convention Centre Liverpool Final Stage of Construction 2007 – Photo By Simon Kirwan Since 2007, Lightbox Photography have been supplying new corporate and event photography for ACC Liverpool, operators of the BT Convention Centre and Echo Arena Liverpool, situated on Kings Dock, which launched on January 12th 2008 with the Liverpool European Capital of […]
Mersey Wave Installation Speke Liverpool 20.11.03 – Photo By Simon Kirwan. Client: Speke Garston Development Company. Team: Peter Fink, FoRM associates + Techniker. Lighting design: DPA Lighting. Contractor: Balfour Beatty
Southport Marine Way Bridge Construction September 2003 – Photo By Simon Kirwan. Ten years ago, Balfour Beatty installed the girder on the pylon of the Marine Way Bridge in Southport. The lift took place at 7 o’clock in the morning on 24th September 2003, due to high winds on an otherwise perfect day on 23rd […]
Preston Bus Station Given Grade 2 Listed Status – Photo By Simon Kirwan
Islington Wharf, Manchester – CGI photomontage: Soluis, architectural photography: Simon Kirwan, architect: jmarchitects, developer: Muse Developments
University Centre Hugh Baird College Bootle – Photo By Simon Kirwan. Wates Construction begin work on the new 27,900 sq ft building, which will include teaching spaces, a creative arts centre, a public café and a learning resource centre. Designed by architects Taylor Young, the five-storey college building will also comprise open-plan study areas and […]
Mann Island Liverpool – Photo By Simon Kirwan
The County Arcade, Leeds, designed by Frank Matcham, 1898-1900 – Photo By Simon Kirwan
Housing in Webster Triangle East in the Picton Renewal Area, to be offered for sale for £1 under the Homesteading scheme. The area is close to the city centre and Liverpool Women’s Hospital, and features a majority of pre-1919 terraces, some of which are being sold for £1, along with properties in the Granby Renewal […]