danismm:  “  “Project for a Cinema” (Elcock & Sutcliffe). Perspective drawing c.1935.  arch.  Ralph Maynard Smith  ”  Splendide indeed.

“Project for a Cinema” (Elcock & Sutcliffe). Perspective drawing The drawing dates from about the time that The Odeon, Leicester Square was being proposed.

The Dominion Theater in Southall, London, 1935 (sadly demolished)

Margate, Art Deco, Theatres, Dates

Isn’t this brilliant? What a bold and challenging way to present an African city in the 1930s. Although this image is easily available, finding out who created it and when is much more difficult. Various sources put it between 1935 and 1940 and its...

Visit Johannesburg, the Wonder City. This vintage travel poster circa 1935 show skyscrapers in Johannesburg, South Africa.

historicenglandarchive:  “Odeon Cinema, Fortis Green Road, Muswell Hill, Greater London Authority, 1936.  ”

historicenglandarchive: “Odeon Cinema, Fortis Green Road, Muswell Hill, Greater London Authority, 1936. ”

modernism-in-metroland: “Odeon Woolwich by George Coles. Grade II listed cinema in Woolwich, South London designed by George Coles in a streamline moderne style. The exterior of the building was outlined in neon lighting which was said to be.

Leftover London : Photo

modernism-in-metroland: “ Rio Cinema, Dalston by FE Bromige Originally opening in 1915 as the Kingsland Empire, this Hackney cinema was redesigned by FE Bromige in an art deco style in The cinema was renovated in and is still open.

Leftover London : Photo

Leftover London : Photo

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