This website is set up to showcase Sir Christopher Wren's work in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666. Wren studied at the University of Oxford, hence the inclusion of his works on showcasing Oxfordshire.
When the name "Wren" is mentioned, it is always the St. Paul's Cathedral that comes to mind. Architectural students in India (and possibly around the world) study this work as part of their curriculum only through drawings and photographs. Those who cannot physically visit the site, can now experience the venue virtually on this website! You can also grab the link for the 360° panorama of any church and email it or share it on social media.
There are still a few churches to be photographed. Some churches have been converted for commercial use, some have very limited hours of opening. Hopefully this website will allow exploration and study of Wren's other works.
Based in Oxfordshire, Nikhilesh, under the Nikreations banner, has been practicing architectural photography and showcasing “space & ambiance” since 2005. In June 2012, Google contacted him with a proposal to showcase Oxfordshire’s business interiors straight from Google search & maps using Street View 360° virtual tour technology. He is Oxfordshire’s first and the only "fully certified" Google photographer. He firmly believes the "Google Business View" (formerly "Google Business Photos") program will bring valuable international economy into Oxfordshire.
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