New Shoot Locations in London with Distressed Features

Distressed elements, with their unique textures and undeniable character, bring depth, contrast, and a touch of raw authenticity to a shoot. From peeling paint and rusted metals to weathered wood and cracked stonework, these features can evoke emotions, tell stories, and add unparalleled richness to a composition.

We spotlight some of the capital’s newest shoot locations, showcasing these captivating features. Whether you’re aiming for a mood of nostalgia, edginess, or stark realism, these distressed locations are primed to elevate your next project.

Distressed Locations in London


Location: London, W6

Large rambling location house in London with untouched interior.

Bygone - Distressed Location in London - Shootfactory

Original period features with wonderful faded grandeur with amazing staircases and windows.

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Chesterton Attic

Location: London W10

Part of the Chesterton location house.

Chesterton Attic - Distressed Location in London - Shootfactory

These attic rooms were damaged by fire, and have remained this way to offer a derelict, damaged look.

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Location: London, SE15

Derelict chapel in Bermondsey.

Chapel - Distressed Location in London - Shootfactory

Beautiful untouched space available for photographic and filming shoots, and small scale daytime events. There are access restrictions at this location so please be clear about the details of hire when enquiring to avoid disappointment.

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Location: London, SE5

Victorian period location property that once was an end of terrace house but now stands alone. The house has three floors, small front patio and a decent sized garden at the back with a small shed.

Cornsilk - Distressed Location in London - Shootfactory

Raised ground floor has a large living room with a marble fireplace and a kitchenette with a sink and basic amenities.

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Location: London, SE16

Dilston Gallery is an inspiring Grade II listed building designed in 1911 by Sir John William Simpson and Maxwell Ayrton (Empire Stadium Wembley).

Dilston - Distressed Location in London - Shootfactory

Renovated in 2010 by award winning architects Walter Menteth Ltd. The main location space is 190 square metres with an imposing rafted ceiling 9 metres high, a raised stage area, changing rooms and a 3 phase power supply.

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Location: London, N1

Spanning over 6 floors, this is a luxurious 8000 sqft venue in the heart of King’s Cross.

Cross - Distressed Location in London - Shootfactory

The location boasts incredible spaces including a club, bar, restaurant, private dining and a stunning rooftop.

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Location: London, SE10

A 4,000 sq ft event space and film location nestled in between Greenwich & Deptford.

Joinery - Distressed Location in London - Shootfactory

This unique industrial location in London can be hired for a wide variety of events and filming projects.

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