Brighton Dome – branding
Branding proposal for Brighton Dome.

Perhaps the most iconic symbol of Brighton is the 200-year old Royal Pavilion, which Brighton Dome forms a part. Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, the Grade 1 listed Brighton Dome was originally the stable block, linked by an underground passage to the Pavilion’s northern corner.

Today, Brighton Dome is the city’s leading performing arts venue.

The proposed branding referenced both the domes of the Pavilion and that of the Brighton Dome.