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Scotstoun Glasgow Property Photography. Towards the end of June I photographed five properties for Karen Parry Architect in Glasgow. I originally had a meeting with them last year to discuss photographing a number of properties for them, but of course with the pandemic, things got delayed.

One of the properties was this fabulous property in Scotstoun. Karen Parry specialise in extensions and renovations so they designed this kitchen extension. My understanding is originally the kitchen reached the point of the door by the iMac so this was vastly extended with bi-fold doors at the end and many skylights, creating a fabulous open space with tonnes of light.

Now I photograph a lot of properties and the ones I really love have fabulous extensions like this. A real favourite space to photograph.

Architect: Karen Parry Architect

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