Woods Hardwick to host Sabre Majid’s Photography Exhibition
Woods Hardwick is to host a private photography exhibition over the summer on the Low Landmarks of Central Milton Keynes.
The exhibition is taking place from 26 July through to 16 August at the company’s head office in Bedford where it will be hosting a private viewing to conclude the three-week event.
Mo Abdullah, who goes under the artist name Sabre Majid, is the mind behind the exhibition which covers a journey through the early architecture of Central Milton Keynes.
Mo is an architectural designer in the commercial architecture team and is passionate about architectural photography in his spare time.
The bio for Low Landmarks of Central Milton Keynes is:
‘As the construction industry advanced throughout the 90s, Milton Keynes benefitted from the mass production of materials such as glass and steel.
The influences of 20th-century eras are apparent in the building designs. However, the new town began to form its own identity of ordered facades that relate to the grid-like infrastructure.
Large floor areas were achieved with low structures due to the generous development plots.
With recent approvals for taller landmarks, the city is rapidly changing, and high-rises are being built.
Nonetheless, the buildings featured in the images will go down as architectural heritage for Milton Keynes.’
Mo Abdullah/Sabre Majid, said: “Photography as a medium allows me to share my perspective on architecture.
Following a debut exhibition this year, it’s exciting to have the opportunity to showcase my project with a new audience.
“Woods Hardwick are very supportive for all my works, and it’s great to have them host me for this occasion.”
Calum Wilson, director of commercial architecture at Woods Hardwick, added: “Milton Keynes has recently amended its local masterplans to now include high rise buildings which will see the town’s skyline dramatically change so Mo’s exhibition captures the original architectural essence of the region.
“Mo is incredibly passionate about architecture and we’re more than happy to exhibit his work this summer for Woods Hardwick’s colleagues, clients and contacts to enjoy.