AfroditiKrassa Studio created a warm and comfortable space for Curzon Canterbury in a hundred-year-old community hall and dance hall, in which people like to spend time, beyond the screenings. The site is located in the town centre of Canterbury, UK, in a building which the locals fought hard not to have destroyed. Based on its history, AfroditiKrassa celebrated the building, creating a scheme that respects the integrity of the Hall to house harmoniously the Curzon cinema. The Cinema Home concept defines the look and feel of the space but more importantly how customers interact with it. The ground floor is abstractly/loosely divided into areas, commonly found in a house. The colors and materials are warm and inviting. The interior is inspired by lofts, converted spaces for residential use with an eclectic and quirky feel. Timber and traditional red bricks have been chosen for their familiarity. Rugs and fabrics soften the overall scheme, and reinforce the homey comfort. Finally, at the heart of the space, rocking chairs allow customers to enjoy a movie played by a vintage TV. It comes back to a sense of comfort and warmth that familiar objects provide. Curzon content is available through LCD screen and headphones and throughout analogue artwork within the space. The 3 auditoria have individual color schemes with matching thick velvet curtains lining the walls as you enter.