Architecture New Zealand, May 2017
Architecture New Zealand
May 2017 (Issue 3)
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In:situ series #5: Ian McDougall
Natalie Bradburn spoke with Ian McDougall of Australian studio ARM Architecture about practice and “fetishisation of detail”.
Shared space: Black Building
RTA Studio’s dramatic new office/retail/carparking building creates a unique monochromatic precinct just off Ponsonby Road.
Sense of place: Ōtāhuhu Train Station
Ōtāhuhu’s new train station delivers a rich, multi-layered experience, as well as a sense of our place in the South Pacific.
Wellington Intl Airport: South Extension
Wellington Airport’s latest addition by WaM features a ‘net’ of angled cross-frames that stretch between existing buildings.
Efficient beauty: The Japanese House
Colin Martin visited an exciting new touring exhibition that examines 70 years of house design in Japan since World War 2.
Not really of this world
Architects Andrew Barrie, Jeremy Smith and Woo Min Lee report their impressions of visiting the Moriyama House in Tokyo.
Dr. Andrew Barrie reviews
Claude Megson: Counter Constructions
by Giles Reid, with photography by Jackie Miering.
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