The recently completed Aga Khan Centre in central London is another piece in the puzzle that forms the ongoing King's Cross regeneration scheme. Completed by Japanese architectural practice Maki and Associates the building intertwines Fumihiko Maki’s minimal aesthetics with moments of the ornate which reference Islamic cultural influences. This selection of architectural photographs document the buildings exterior and contextualise it within it’s surroundings.
Location: King’s Cross, London 2018.
Developer: The Aga Khan Foundation UK
Contractor: BAM Construction
Architect: Maki and Associates (Fumihiko Maki)
For images sales contact architectural photographer: Alex Upton