Time-lapse construction is an incredibly popular mode of documentation for contractors. There are also major benefits to be had from documenting pre-construction works with time-lapse photography.
Tag: Enson Works
In this blog we consider the important role of time-lapse in preserving changes over time, specifically changes to historic sites and iconic structures.
From London last week to the heart of the Potteries this Friday, our latest feature looks at the demolition and construction works undertaken back in 2010 at the Enson Works in Normacot, Stoke-on-Trent.
With so many construction projects now captured using time-lapse, we take a look at how demolition works can also be brought to life through use of this medium. From tower blocks to historic sites, demolition time-lapses can be applied to almost any project and can serve a whole host of different purposes.
The “our work” series takes a closer look at some of the clients and projects we work with and on.
Demolition is the focus of this (second) blog.
Our time-lapse system sited in Normacot, Stoke-on-Trent captured the demolition of the former Enson works. We recorded the demolition with a high capture rate in order to collect sufficient images to provide a thorough time-lapse film of the process. The demolition revealed the four Grade II listed ‘bottle kilns’ or ‘bottle ovens’ which lay inside the site…
We are very please to be working for fellow producers ‘Inspired Film and Video’ and the City of Stoke-on-Trent Council to time-lapse the demolition of the former Enson works in Normacot, Stoke-on-Trent. The area is at the proud heart of the City’s historic pottery industry, and the former Enson Works has four Grade II listed bottle ovens which lie within its walls. The landmark project will see the demolition of the old factory buildings surrounding the ovens…