Brighton Dome Corn Exchange

This marks the second anniversary of my photo of the week. Please get in touch if there has been a favourite of yours over the past 85 photos that I have sent out. Just as two long projects finish (one year at Southover Grange and two years at the Depot Cinema), another very interesting one comes along. I am excited to be documenting the renovations of the magnificent, nationally-important Brighton Dome

Corn Exchange. Built in 1808 as a riding house by the Prince of Wales (later King George IV), it sits alongside the Dome (originally a vast stable block), and predates the adjacent Royal Pavilion by several years. I will be photographing the building work over the next 15 months the project will take to complete, so you will be seeing many more photos of this fascinating building.

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