The exterior and interiors of New River Head, Islington, London. New River Head was a site established in 1613 to supply clean water from springs in Hertfordshire to London and consisted of reservoirs and pumping engines.
New River Head is now undergoing a period of transformation and renovation to become the new Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration.
Photos taken in November 2021 with a Sony a7R III and processed in Reality Capture. Thank you to David Sweetland for arranging contacts and Marina Inoue at House of Illustration for access and her tireless assistance at New River Head.