The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 12 (1934) > Issues > Issue 10 > Steelwork in Cinema and Theatre Construction
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Steelwork in Cinema and Theatre Construction

FEW buildings present so many difficulties to the architect and engineer as cinemas and theatres, and apart from the exacting limitations imposed by various authorities which tend to cause complications, there remains the major question of method of construction. G.E. Cooper

Author(s): Cooper, G E

Keywords: steel;cinemas;theatres;balconies;dominion theatre, london;cantilever construction;new theatre, oxford