Vilar Floral Hall at Covent Garden
Designed by Jeremy Dixon and Edward Jones of Dixon Jones BDP Architects 1858
This former Covent Garden flower market is steeped in history and atmosphere and is one of the focal points of the Royal Opera House.
Like the main theatre entrance, the Floral Hall was originally constructed in 1858, and along with the rest of the site was extensively refurbished in the late 1990s.
The floral hall is a stunning iron and glass structure.
The model is made of plaster and a considerable amount of brass to replicate the ironwork.
As with the model of the theatre entrance, we have used rose-colored glass.
L 9", H 8", D 3.5"