HARROW DOMINION CINEMA

4in high, 8in wide, 2.5in deep & 3lb approximately.

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The Harrow Dominion Cinema is a beautiful example of Art Deco architecture located in Harrow, London. The cinema first opened its doors in 1937 and has since undergone several renovations, while maintaining its stunning Art Deco style.

The cinema's Art Deco design is evident in its exterior facade, which features striking geometric patterns and decorative motifs that are typical of the Art Deco period. The use of bold lines, symmetry, and angular shapes in the facade's design creates a visually stunning appearance that is hard to miss.

Inside, the cinema's spacious auditorium continues to showcase the Art Deco style. The auditorium features a curved ceiling adorned with intricate geometric patterns and lighting fixtures, which add to the luxurious atmosphere of the space. The cinema's unique and ornate light fixtures also complement the Art Deco style.

The Harrow Dominion Cinema's Art Deco architecture extends to its exterior signage and marquee, which features bold fonts and symmetrical designs that are typical of the era. This attention to detail adds to the overall charm of the cinema and further showcases its stunning Art Deco design.

In conclusion, the Harrow Dominion Cinema is a remarkable example of Art Deco architecture that has been preserved and maintained to its original glory. The cinema's stunning exterior facade, luxurious interior, and intricate detailing are a testament to the enduring appeal of Art Deco design. Whether you're a movie buff or an architecture enthusiast, the Harrow Dominion Cinema is a must-visit destination that is sure to leave a lasting impression.



EDITION

Open edition - signed and dated

ARCHITECT

Frank Ernist Bromidge, 1937, Art Deco

DIMENSIONS

4in high, 8in wide, 2.5in deep & 3lb approximately.

LOCATION

London, United Kingdom

MATERIALS

Handmade: Plaster, metal etching

RETURNS

No quibble returns policy.

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