This idea is freaky, but it worked brilliantly. 2010 a derelict petrol station on Clerkenwell Road in London was transformed into a hand-built cinema.
Primarily constructed using donated and found materials; The Cineroleum will be an improvisation of the decadent interiors that greeted audiences during cinema’s golden age. Popcorn, paper tickets, elaborate signage and flip-down seats will collectively recreate the familiar excitement of cinema-going. The Cineroleum was conceived and constructed by the Assemble collective in just three weeks during the summer of 2010. Well done!