Architecture New Zealand, March 2017
Architecture New Zealand
March 2017 (Issue 2)
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Across the Board
Architecture on stage
Natalie Bradburn attended the recent in:situ conference to listen to leading architects from around the world.
Designed by four architectural graduates,
is the 2017 winner of the Brick Bay Folly competition.
Architects amidst conflict
Thomas Denhardt examines Lebanon’s conflict-filled history and asks, “What is the architect’s role during war and conflict?”
St Andrew’s College Centennial Chapel
Architectus’ chapel in Christchurch weaves recycled salvaged materials and heritage items into a distinctively modern form.
Dynamic geometry: Chapel Street Centre
Dalman Architecture’s community-minded Chapel Street Centre is a dramatic piece of place-making, executed with modest means.
Great bones: 133 Molesworth Street
Studio Pacific Architecture has rebuilt this innovative, earthquake-proof building in central Wellington.
Barnaby Bennett reviews the fourth Festival of Transitional Architecture, held late last year in Christchurch.
“…No end to experimentation”
The life’s work of Zaha Hadid has been celebrated in two exhibitions in London, reviewed here by Colin Martin.
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