Based on the ceiling and lights of the iconic 60s Curzon Mayfair Cinema. My favourite London cinema.
“The interior of the cinema is the most elaborate and best surviving of the post-war period. Glazed doors lead to long, narrow foyer lined in marble, with sliding fibre-glass screen by William Mitchell and Associates that can be rolled across the box office when not in use. The lavatories lined with marble effect panels. Auditorium reached via two vomitories leading from the central stair, with anodised aluminium rails. Cinema has two private boxes each with six seats set overhead in the rear corners, with central projection suite, otherwise it is a stadium plan. Vast 43′ by 20′ screen on to which patterns of light are made to play in the intervals, an important architectural effect. Coffered ‘waffle plate’ ceiling of fairfaced plywood relieves effect of 70′ slab roof spanning the space. Wall murals of fibre glass by William Mitchell and Associates reflect lighting and help disperse sound, whilst giving a glowing cave-like impression in rich primary colours. The carpets, seating and other fittings have been carefully maintained true to their original finishes and colours.”
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