Architecture New Zealand, March 2016
Architecture New Zealand
March 2016 (Issue 2)
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Across the Board
Shaping places: a role of urban design?
We need more cooperation between local stakeholders, community and business involvement when making place shaping decisions.
The Past Awaits
Architect Rebecca McLaughlan expresses her concern “for the stories we are silencing within the Christchurch rebuild”.
Christchurch – Five Years On: Part I
The first installation of commentary from those involved in rebuilding the city five years after the Canterbury earthquakes.
Christchurch – Five Years On: Part II
The second installation of commentary from those involved in rebuilding the city five years after the Canterbury earthquakes.
Christchurch Five Years On – Part III
The final installation of commentary from those involved in rebuilding the city five years after the Canterbury earthquakes.
An experimental model in Christchurch
Dr Ryan Reynolds and Chloe Waretini are pioneering a radical new participatory model for commercial property development.
The makers of Venice
Bill McKay looks at the technology behind New Zealand’s Future Islands exhibition for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Ethereal: 151 Cambridge Terrace
Jasmax’s dynamic new commercial building in Christchurch commands attention from its riverside site beside the Avon River.
A welcome departure: Hellmann
At Auckland Airport, RTA Studio and Eclipse Architecture have joined forces to design a warehouse-and-office complex.
Eames made easy – design for living
Colin Martin reviews the ‘The World of Charles and Ray Eames’ exhibition, currently showing in Bildmuseet, Sweden.
A review of the RIBA exhibition ‘Creation from Catastrophe’, which runs until 24 April 2016 in London.
Book review: Industries of Architecture
Guy Marriage reviews
Industries of Architecture
, edited by Katie Lloyd Thomas, Tilo Amhoff and Nick Beech.
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