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Pavilion (Rothesay)

The Pavilion is one of the interesting buildings by the sea at Rothesay.

It was designed by James Carrick, the winner of a competition, and built in 1938.

The building is in the Modernist style which was popular in the thirties. It includes an auditorium and a grand staircase in the Art Deco style.

On the first floor is the half drum design of the cafe, which seems to have been inspired by the iconic De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill.

Rothesay Pavilion is still very much in use.

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