Marble Hall - situated in Surrey House norwich - is a spectacular piece of Edwardian architecture designed by George Skipper. He was commissioned by The Norwich Union Life Insurance Society's directors to produce a 'splendid yet functional office space', incorporating Greek influences and the themes of insurance, protection and wellbeing, to reassure policyholders of the company's strength and prosperity.
The building has a commanding Palladian exterior and an interior adroned with 15 varieties of marble, classically inspired frescos and a stunning glass atrium. It also contains unusual items such as an 'air fountain' and a chiming skeleton clock made for the Great Exhibition of 1851.
Brief: Shoot the infamous building including the new and old segments and it's historic city location to produce an image bank for sales marketing.