I spent a week in London to shoot the city’s coolest floors in collaboration with @pixartprinting.
I was pretty surprised to see what the city had to offer and during the next days I am gonna show all of my favourite floors.
To see all the pictures I shot, check out the beautiful article with a map of all floors on @pixartprinting website (link in bio). .
Strolling around London is like changing planets from one street to the next.
Now you are in the East End, surrounded by artists and Bangladeshi restaurants. Then you cross the road and you find yourself among men of the City, wearing black suits and Rolex watches. Now you are on a Georgian terrace in Islington. A few meters more and you find yourself in the shadow of concrete skyscrapers. London’s hodgepodge is the result of a story of continuous changes. The great fire of 1666 destroyed almost all the medieval buildings. Since then, the city has experienced constant regeneration. This ever-changing landscape is reflected in the floors of the city. The paving of its restaurants, shops, churches, and flats form an enormous, heterogeneous and unpredictable patchwork. That’s why a group of London’s pavement connoisseurs were attracted by the work of Sebastian Erras, a German photographer who has portrayed the floors of Paris,Venice, and Barcelona. After they showed him some pictures of London’s floors, he could not resist making one more floors-addicted trip (by now the last one).
Royal College or university of Art
Bloomsbury Coffee House
Victoria & Albert Museum
Bibendum – Michelin House
Leighton House Museum
Duck & Waffle
Financial institution of England