Architecture New Zealand, July 2015
Architecture New Zealand
July 2015 (Issue 4)
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Opinion: Barnaby Bennett
Barnaby Bennett discusses ‘the curious case of convention centres’, and how media affects the way our cities are constructed.
Opinion: Guy Marriage
Marriage discusses the redevelopment of New Zealand’s National War Memorial Park in Wellington.
The power of synthesis
Justine Harvey interviewed the philosophical architect Alejandro Aravena during his Futuna Lecture Series in New Zealand.
Knox Presbyterian Church rebuild
Wilkie + Bruce Architects has spruced up the original soaring timber archways of Knox Church in Christchurch.
Blyth Performing Arts Centre
Fluid and lively: Stevens Lawson Architects’ new performing arts centre at Iona College in Havelock North.
Te Atatu Peninsula Library
Moller Architects’ library and community centre features dynamic interior spaces and façade sunscreens.
Community minded: Rānui Library
Jasmax has involved the community in the form and functions of its design for a library in Rānui, West Auckland.
Bougainville mon amour
Guy Marriage attended a talk on a new library for the people on the island of Bougainville, a province of Papua New Guinea.
Justine Harvey reviews
Morphing: A Guide to Mathematical Transformations for Architects and Designers
by Joseph Choma.
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