Commercial Property Photography at 70 St Mary Axe
360 Commercial property photography has the power to bring prospects inside the building, thus enabling remote viewings and sales.
70 St Mary Axe – ‘The Can of Ham’
70 St Mary Axe opened in late 2019 and, although shorter than some of its famous fellows, marks another distinctive addition to the City of London’s skyline. Its graceful arch was designed to respect the existing views in the City. This curved profile has led to it being known as ‘The Can of Ham’ in a nod to old-fashioned tins of ham. The architects, Foggo Associates, aren’t deterred by this. They see nicknames as a mark of an iconic building. It shares monikers with other instantly recognisable local buildings like The Gherkin, The Cheesegrater or the Walkie-Talkie. Its arresting style sets it apart from its neighbours outside. Inside the design is spectaular. From the double-height atrium with its expansive brutalist reception desk, to the striking balls of light in the reception seating area, there is something to fascinate at every turn.
We created a series of 360 images and stills for 70 St Mary Axe. You can view some of the stills above and below. Alternatively, click the ‘View 360 Virtual Tour’ button above to be taken directly to the 360s.
The images were shot to promote certain floors of the building for remote viewings. On the day we captured a number of stills to show the floorplates. We also shot 360s of these and some of the common areas to give viewers a more in-depth understanding of the space.
If you have any questions about any of our commercial property photography or 360 virtual tours, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.