During London’s Covid-19 lockdown, director Phil Coffey launched a new photography website showcasing his work. He has also created a new, residential-focused arm of the company, Coffey / Homes, to respond to demand in a different market than our normal, larger housing, cultural and commercial work.
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In a ‘Behind the Lens’ feature, The Architects’ Journal interviewed him about both. Below is an except, read the full interview here.
Phil Coffey is the director of London-based Coffey / Architects and the newly launched Coffey / Homes. Phil is a regular speaker and teacher on architecture and is currently undertaking a PhD specific to light. During lockdown he was afforded the time to review decades of photographs and has lanched a new photography website showcasing his work. Today we feature his recent series London Through Lockdown – London landmarks and skylines from refreshing perspectives, often dramatically lit. The pictures were taken from the balcony of his apartment with Sony 100-400 GM OSS FE 4.5 – 5.6 and Sony 12-24 G FE 4 lenses.