||||||||The centre was originally building in the 1930s as a movie theatre|The new corner extension joins the two existing buildings|The pattern on the new building’s cladding reflects the diamond stencils on the main structure|The cladding references the light and dark of artist Pierre Soulage’s painting|The new bar/lobby area|The main theatre space|The 1994 building before the extension was added||
02 Mar 2015

MGA completes Bethune centre after 20 years

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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