David Mesbur received his Bachelor of Architecture from University of Manitoba, and a Master of Architecture from University of Toronto specializing in Urban Design. David’s extensive experience in urban planning and housing design includes significant projects such as:  Lowering the Cost of New Housing Report for the Urban Development Institute, Vienna Town Planning Competition, and master planning of several Ontario new towns, including Erin Mills, Orleans, and Townsend.

http://planetapaz.org/noticias-olaneta-paz/noticias-2016/1541-propuestas-para-los-dialogos-de-paz-en-la-habana In 1983, David became the exclusive architect for Cineplex Odeon Corporation, an association that extended through 1990. During this time, he completed more than 250 multiplex cinemas in USA, Canada and Britain contributing greatly to the development of the modern multiplex cinema. The projects enhanced the patron experience through creative lobby designs, innovative space planning, exciting auditorium designs and integration of cafes with cinemas. Through his research and careful study, David established solid criteria and methodologies for the creation of perfect cinema geometry and sight lines.  In 1992, David formed Mesbur+Smith Architects, in partnership with Harold Smith, focusing on entertainment architecture.

Full Report Since 1983, David has been an innovator in multiplex cinema design, has presented lectures and workshops and authored articles on different aspects of cinema design in leading trade publications. He has led the transformation and restoration of many historic movie palaces, conversions of large single screen theatres into viable multiplexes, and the adaptive reuse of cinema buildings into performing arts venues.

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