Finding and selecting a site to analyse

Aim: Identify two or three potential sites, explore and observe them, select one to revisit to analyse in more depth.

Site 1 : Subsea 7, Sutton

Architectural Photography of Subsea 7 Office, by London Architectural and Interiors photographer, Matt Clayton
Source: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/listings/6840 (accessed on 03.09.2019)
Source: https://www.cgl-uk.com/project/subsea-7-office-hq-sutton-surrey/ (accessed on 03.09.19)
Architectural Photography of Subsea 7 Office, by London Architectural and Interiors photographer, Matt Clayton
Source: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/listings/6840 (accessed on 03.09.2019)

Site 2: Toyota HQ, Epsom

Source: https://www.toyota.co.uk/world-of-toyota/careers/life-at-toyota#/gallery/3060-301398/0 (accessed on 03.09.2019)
Source: https://www.sheppardrobson.com/architecture/view/toyota-hq-epsom (accessed on 03.09.2019)

Site 3: 601 Queen’s Rd, Wimbledon

Source: https://601queensrd.co.uk/ (accessed 03.09.2019)
Photograph from my private collection

Resources:

Subsea 7

https://www.cgl-uk.com/project/subsea-7-office-hq-sutton-surrey/ (accessed 03.09.2019)

https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/listings/6840 (accessed on 03.09.2019)

Toyota, Epsom HQ

https://www.toyota.co.uk/world-of-toyota/careers/life-at-toyota# (accessed on 03.09.2019)

https://www.sheppardrobson.com/architecture/view/toyota-hq-epsom (accessed on 03.09.2019)

601 Queen’s Road, Wimbledon

https://601queensrd.co.uk/ (accessed on 03.09.2019)

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