In 2014 we gained access to the roof of Waterstones in Birmingham city centre.
Art-Deco architecture became popular in the design of cinemas, however, it was not so widespread in other buildings and its use was very limited in Birmingham. In 1933, the new Kent Street Baths, operated by the Birmingham Baths Committee, was completed to a design by Hurley Robinson. This is one of the first non-ci prominent building exhibiting this style is the former Times Furnishing Company store on the High Street in Birmingham, now a Waterstones store. The building was completed in 1938 to a design by Burnett and Eprile.