photo of the week: Brighton Dome Corn Exchange
Posted by carlotta on Friday June 16th, 2017 at 11:52am
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. You can see all of them here.
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.
As promised, you can find a short film of my Depot photographs on youtube here. It shows a selection of 200 shots covering two years of photographing this former brewery depot as it became a state-of-the-art community cinema.
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Posted in: architecture and renovation, current projects, photo of the week and tagged in: architectural documentary, Architecture, Brighton, Brighton Dome, Corn Exchange, documentary photography, Renovation
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