This was an event organised by RIBA* and Phil Dean a.k.a “Shoreditch Sketcher”. Morelands is a modern office block on Old St.
I looked south, and drew Cromwell Tower and Great Arthur House. This sketch took about 45 minutes, as darkness fell.
The “brise soleil” on top of Great Arthur House must be one of the most difficult things to draw. That, and the dome of St Pauls. Because it’s curved, and the curve needs to be right.
Earlier, I did a sketch of the “brise soleil” on its own. I had not noticed before that there is a sort of balcony.
I’ve sketched Great Arthur House before:
Great Arthur House from the Barbican Podium
Welsh Church and Great Arthur House
Eglwys Jewin from Fortune Park
Update: Later, the Shoreditch Sketcher posted on Instagram. I think that might be me in the middle…..
*Royal Institute of British Architects