photo of the week: old and new converge

Posted by carlotta on Friday February 24th, 2017 at 8:10am

Photo of the week: It seems that just about everyone in Lewes is excited about the Depot Cinema opening soon so I thought I would use another photo from my latest visit. This shot shows the view from the new zinc roof across to the old roofs of the Victorian-era railway station. I was interested in how the colours and the repeating lines of the old and new converge in the purple grey of the late afternoon light. It is a glimpse of how well the new high-spec modern building will sit within its locality. All the photos from this shoot can be found here.

I have been documenting the refurbishment of this old brewery depot in the centre of Lewes for a year and a half as it becomes a new community cinema. My client uses the photos to build on the excitement of the local residents and film buffs.

view across the new zinc roof of the Depot Cinema to the Victorian-era Lewes railway station

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