Core Logic: Photography of a Large Corporate Office

Written by Robert Lowdon

Robert Lowdon is an internationally published commercial photographer based out of Toronto, Canada. He spends his time photographing architecture and industrial projects for the most part.

Published October 21, 2019

Small meeting spaces on floor - interior design

Corporate Office Photography for Core Logic

Core logic is a data driven company offering information for the property sector. Think information for real estate. I was tasked with photographing their new office in Toronto’s downtown core for Chameleon Business Interiors.

The space features many dynamic colours from orange and green seating to vibrant wall art. CBI will often create custom wall papers to give the space a unique look. The end result is far different than what you would expect out of your standard office space.

Fully stocked kitchens, employee rest and play areas give a welcome relief to the work day. Employees are able to unwind and relax. Alternatively, the can make use of quiet work spaces when the need arises.

The space takes makes use of multiple flooring changes throughout. Stepping into each area is a whole different experience.

The space actually spans across tow different towers in Toronto’s downtown core. A private skywalk connects them both. The combination of lighting, unique design and vibrant artwork gives the space a vibrant energetic look.

Offices can differ quite a bit in terms of lighting and technique to other spaces, for example retail architectural photography. They are often large open spaces, with difficult lighting and bright windows.

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