The idea presented by Overbury was to create a high resolution photograph of the north and south view of the City of London as seen from the Cadwalader's offices.
The photographs have been created from ten individual photographs stitched together to gain enough room for distortion correction and to preserve large amount of details. The final, unresized image covered over 5x2,5 meters of wall when printed. They have been turned black and white and placed on the Cadwalader's lounge room walls. Those two photographs all together with wall-to-wall panoramic window, facing west, created a panoramic view of the City of London that covers North, West and South.