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The architect and structural engineering

ON February 26th last we listened to a most interesting paper by Mr. Cyril W. Cocking, on "Calculations and Details for Steel-frame Buildings from the Draughtsman's Standpoint," and, as you wlll remember, a lengthy discussion took place, necessitating an adjourned meeting to enable members and others to take part. A great number of interesting and useful points were raised in the paper, but there was one matter that was very summarily dealt with, particularly during the discussion, which, to my mind, as an Architect, is of the utmost importance-viz., the position of the Architect in relation to the buildings he is called upon to design and carry out. William E. A. Brown