‘Contrasted Buildings’ looks at two different types of buildings, one modern and one post-modern, and carefully examine the contrast between glass and brick. The iconic Tate Modern already existed but has been refashioned within its context and is a purpose-built space. Kirsty wanted to show how its internal spaces have been reused since its recent new development. In contrast to this, Kirsty looked at a repurposed building situated in central London and compared the different construction materials used between the two sites.
Kirsty captured two different types of architecture and explored the juxtapositions between the two. Throughout the project, Kirsty developed a creative understanding on the ways buildings are best presented and how the architect wishes to display their building in its best form. This project challenged Kirsty to develop her photography, however, still convey her unique style and authenticity.