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Dunedin's exuberant railway station was New Zealand’s busiest when it opened.
The National Tobacco Company rebuilt in art deco style at Port Ahuriri after Napier's earthquake.
The Church Missionary Society's warehouse at Kerikeri is New Zealand's oldest surviving commercial building.
Dunedin claims two castles, but they are nothing of the sort.
The facade on Auckland's Queen Street is all that survives of one of New Zealand's most important early banks.
This wooden Gothic church is a splendid example of a significant New Zealand contribution to world architecture.
The world's second largest wooden building was constructed to house New Zealand's newly centralised government.
The Christchurch airport domestic terminal designed by modernist architect Paul Pascoe.
Paul Pascoe is considered a pioneer of modernist architecture due to the large scale of buildings he designed in the style for his home town of Christchurch and further afield.
James Walter Chapman-Taylor was an architect devoted to designing houses based on the principles of the English Arts and Crafts movement. He was also a professional photographer, and had a penchant for interpreting horoscopes.
James Walter Chapman-Taylor was an architect devoted to designing houses based on the principles of the English Arts and Crafts movement. He was also a professional photographer, and had a penchant for interpreting horoscopes.
An Austrian émigré who sought refuge from the Nazi domination, Ernst Plischke’s modernist designs made an important contribution to post-war New Zealand architecture.
An Austrian émigré who sought refuge from the Nazi domination, Ernst Plischke’s modernist designs made an important contribution to post-war New Zealand architecture.
A prolific and prominent architect, Edmund Anscombe was selected to design New Zealand's Centennial Exhibition complex in 1939-40.
A prolific and prominent architect, Edmund Anscombe was selected to design New Zealand's Centennial Exhibition complex in 1939-40.
A leading architect between the world wars, Cecil Wood designed the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul.
A leading architect between the world wars, Cecil Wood designed the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul.
Most containers pass through the hands of an entire new industry that has arisen to modify containers for other uses or to sell or lease them. In response, architects have coined the term ‘container architecture’ to cover this expanding field.
Government House on 24 March 2011, the day it was reopened
Tibor Donner (1907-1993). Donner was Chief Architect for the Auckland City Council from 1947-67.

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