Golden Age

Location

Sydney, Australia

Date

2013

Designer/Architect

Don Cameron

Description

In Sydney’s Surry Hills, Golden Age Cinema and Bar opened in August 2013 after years of collaboration with a bewitching collective of architects, interior designers, auteurs and furniture makers to create a space that brings together the past, present and future in one environment for people to watch films, enjoy a drink or host an event.

Housed inside the former screening room of the Heritage-listed Paramount Pictures building, Golden Age screens just two to three films a day ranging from “Lynchian” cult classics, newly-released indie delights and well-worn golden oldies. Pre-movie banter or post-film tears can be shared in Golden Age’s bar with its mix of solid wood and brass surfaces, cherry curtains, warm lighting and comfortable Verona Chestnut┬áleather bar and booth seating.

Product: Verona Chestnut leather