Commercial Property Photography | One Victoria Street, Bristol
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One Victoria Street, Bristol

One Victoria Street, Bristol

Our commission included property photography for a high gloss brochure and the new website and a virtual tour of the newly refurbished waterside offices in Bristol. The six storey open plan building at One Victoria Street is right next to Bristol Bridge and offers wonderful views across the centre, the Floating Harbour and Castle Park. The remodelling of the property included an orange theme with designer lighting and orange accents in the reception and wall colours around the building. To compliment this design we were asked to include orange flowers, towels and face cloths within the internal photography.

The Developer for this project is Cubex Land and their website also includes the photography we have provided for the letting particulars.

The image right is a screen grab of the website designed for the development which also includes the 360 degree virtual tour.  The VT is extremely comprehensive with 31 views which are interlinked inside and out side the building and across Bristol Bridge. All the floor plates are included with the roof, lobby and basement car parking.  The virtual tour is branded ‘One Victoria’ and these graphics were supplied by the web designers and can be viewed on an iPad, iPhone and Android device.

onevictoria.co.uk

Virtual Tour at One Victoria Bristol

After our work was complete the client asked if we could provide a very short 30 second promotion property video to accompany an interactive pdf which was to be despatched as an email marketing campaign.  Extracts of the still photographs and pans from the virtual tour were used to make this video.  The tricky part was to reduce the size of the video mp4 file down to 2MB whilst still maintaining good quality which is actually embedded in the iPDF.

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