Panoramas 30-40

Michigan Avenue Chicago Panorama

Located in Central Chicago the Wrigley Building was designed by Charles G. Beersman in 1919. Situated on the corner of North Michigan Avenue the building is 134 metres tall the Wrigley building is one of Chicagos most unique landmarks. The panorama was captured over looking the Wrigley Building and includes…

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Hidden London – Inside the Red Phonebox Panorama

The Red Phonebox is a classic design by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott who amoungest other notable buildings also designed Battersea Power Station. The K6 “Jubilee” model pictured here was built to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V in 1935. The K6 can be found at Byng Place in…

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Hidden London – Fitzrovia Mural Panorama

Opposite the Habitat and Heals department stores on Tottenham Court Road is Whitefield Gardens which contains the Fitzrovia Mural. The Mural was painted on the side of the building tucked away behind Cafe Nero in 1980 and depicts many people from the local area. The area, although small, is a…

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Hidden London Series – London Roof Tops

We generally experience the city from street level – the streetscape defines our view of the urban space – yet if it were possible to access the hidden rooftops and terraces of homes and offices we would obtain a completely different perspective. In a new series of panoramas we aim…

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Goodge Place London Panorama

Goodge Place in London’s Fitzrovia is a typical hidden side street which could so easily be walked past. It contains a number of small boutiques, a health food shop and most importantly ‘Dino’ which is one of the areas smallest but best coffee shops. View the Quicktime panorama of Goodge…

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St Particks Soho Square London Panorama

The panorama is taken outside of St Patricks Church in Soho Square, London. St Particks was one of the first Catholic churches established after the passing of the Catholic Relief Acts of 1778 and 1791. The area around the church was grazing farmland until 1536 when Henry 8th claimed the…

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Paddington Basin London Panorama

Paddington Basin is regenerating the local area. Providing both residential, office and retail space it is transforming the previously run down inner city site. The master plan for the area was drawn up by Richard Rogers in 2001 with completion due in the late 2000’s. View the Quicktime panorama of…

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Flooding London Panorama

In light of the previous post on flooding London we looked into the ability to visualise flooding levels in a panoramic image. There are various problems involved including making sure the warping of the flood detail in photoshop matches the photograph. Some seams are noticeable but it still gives the…

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