Obras de Ramón Cortázar. Tres teatros para San Sebastián
Ordóñez Vicente, María (2001) Obras de Ramón Cortázar. Tres teatros para San Sebastián. Ondare. Cuadernos de Artes Plásticas y Monumentales (20). pp. 111-159. ISSN 1137-4403
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When movies appeared in 1895 San Sebastián, due to its tertiary character, was immediatly flooded by film proyection establishments, itinerant at the beginning, in the fashion of barracks or by using central premises to the purpose. In 1913, with the Salón Miramar, movies reached the category of stable spectacle framed in a new plant architecture where the other shows would be arranged after the requirements of this one. Its architect Ramón Cortázar introduces technical & stylistic innovations in this building and two others, the Fine Arts Palace (1914) and the Prince's Theatre. That is the reason why they will be considered modern buildings whose recourses will be adapted to other constructions.
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